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The Brandenburg Gate is considered one of the most important monuments of the German city of Berlin, and it represents the national symbol of Germany since the fall of the Berlin Wall in the year ninety-eighty-nine, and has witnessed throughout its history many important events in the form of the country, which are huge Very popular with the city’s residents, and its visitors.
The Reichstag building
The Reichstag building represents the former seat of the German Parliament, and this building has witnessed many important events in the history of the country, the most important of which is the collapse of the Hitler Empire in the year one thousand nine hundred and forty-five, and today is open to the visitors of the city. The building, enjoying the magnificent view, or dining in the luxurious restaurant located in the upper part of it.
Island of museums
Museum Island is located in the part overlooking the River Spree, and it includes a complex consisting of five world-famous museums: the Pergamon Museum, the Body Museum, the National Gallery of Heritage, the Modern Museum, and the Old Museum. This magnificent complex is included in the list of UNESCO World Heritage sites.
The TV Tower is considered the tallest building in Berlin, and the symbol of East German Socialism, and one of its most prominent tourist attractions. It was created during the sixties of the last century.
The Charlottenburg Palace (German: Schloss Charlottenburg) is located in the western part of the city of Berlin, and it is an old historical palace dating back to the era of the Hohenzollern family that ruled the region during the period (1415-1918 AD), and this palace was at first a small house, then it underwent For many expansions, it has become a huge palace and a stunning architectural masterpiece. In its halls it houses collections of royal treasures, paintings, precious ceramics, and others.