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Located in no-man's land between East and West Germany during the Cold War, this famous monument, built during the 18th-century reign of Friedrich Wilhelm II, has long been a defining symbol of Berlin and both the city's division and unification.
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I visited Brandenburg gate in the week of the 30yrs anniversary of the wall being down celebrations. Amazing lights and music show. Overall it’s a very beautiful location, very architectural and pretty
We went for the 30th anniversary of the wall coming down unfortunately we couldnt get near the wall and the celebrations as there were police everywhere. We decided to return the next day instead where we found it much easier although many crowds, we popped...More
Walking through two different groups of protestors it is easy to see why this symbol has become the political heart of the city. it was brilliant to walk through the gate and to reflect on the role this has played in Berlin and Germanys history
In Berlin? Where else would you start your tour. Be sure to check pics of the "before and after" 1989. Walk thru if open when you are there, or around, to some great shops and restaurants on Unter den Linden, in the former DDR.
One of those places that say you are in Berlin. So many tourists at the location. Very easy to access and close to most of the tourists attractions like the Reichstag Building, Holocaust Jewish memorial etc.
The day we visited the Brandenburg Gate it was pouring with rain, but it did not detract from the sense of history you get when you visit this iconic landmark and symbol of freedom. Take the time to learn about the history of this city...More
If you are in Berlin, this will be one of your stops. The gate itself is like any other in Europe. However it is easier to admire and have pictures taken as it is not located in a roundabout. This gate is a courtyard surrounded...More