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The victory column was built in 1873 to celebrate Prussia's victory in the Franco-German War. It was moved to its present location in the Tiergarten in 1938. You can go to the top via 270 steps to see great views of Berlin.
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It is my favorite monument in Berlin. Located in the middle of Tiergarten, Siegessäule is a collumn to commemorate Prussia’s military victory. You can climb it (270 steps) and have a stunning view from Berlin. Don‘t miss it!
Beautiful to look at and an easy location to get too. You have to do the climb to the top, as long as you have the puff in you, for anybody with a heart or breathing conditions then stay at ground/first level. Its a very...More
This column is in the middle of Grober Stern, which is right in the middle of the park. There is a lot of traffic going round the column so take the underpass under the traffic and come up in the middle of the roundabout. This...More
3euro each to go up to the top, which afforded brilliant views. Viewing platform is quite small, so be prepared to shuffle around people, if you're scared of heights, maybe avoid. Intricate mosaic work on the first level was the highlight, absolutely stunning.