Hotel-Pension Trautenau

Address: Trautenaustrasse 14, Berlin, 10717, Germany | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf area of Berlin, is near Story of Berlin, Cafe Wintergarten in Literaturhaus Berlin, Kathe Kollwitz Museum, and La Vie en Rose.
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Travel Blogs from Berlin

Checking off Check Point Charlie

A travel blog entry by 4memorieswego on Jul 09, 2015

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... it in it's bombed-out form, without all the rubble, of course. It's amazing how the Kaiser is depicted in the statuary and the mosaics. There's also a large statue of Jesus who suffered through the bombings. Jesus is still standing, but the Kaiser and his world are long gone, so chalk one up for Jesus.

It is interesting how the secular leaders get intertwined with the religious leaders. Particularly the hereditary dictators looking for a way to ...

DAY 65

A travel blog entry by billyrubes on May 01, 2015

Gave money to a man from Sacramento. Balloons that get let go into the sky should be considered littering. Where do they end up? The ocean? Bobbed heads with an Asian looking dude who was playing 50 cent in his golf. Watched a great documentary Mission Blue on Netflix about our oceans and how we're mistreating, no, destroying them. Had Vietnamese again, at a different ...

Walk Through History Part IV,...

A travel blog entry by vpritchard on Jul 16, 2014

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... him a chance to spread propaganda on the Communist. After WWII, the building was restored and given to the people. There is a glass dome on the back side of the building, and people can walk around the inside top of the building and watch and listen to the Parliament as they make and debate new laws. The architecture on this building is amazing! It is a beautiful focus point of Berlin, Germany.


World War II & New German Pride

A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn on Jul 11, 2014

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... gave us great detail about how each minority group was treated during the Holocaust: Jews, gypsies, socialists, communists, rebels, homosexuals, and the disabled. Unfortunately, for decades even after the War, homosexuals were criminalized for a long time, they weren't even seen as victims of this brutality. I definitely learned a lot from this display, but what angered me the most was learning about the trials and what I think is a lack of justice for the crimes committed by ...

3 Countries, 3 Days

A travel blog entry by jcdanovich on Jul 05, 2014

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... could pass under it. Napoleon was one of those people. The Nazis used it as a propaganda symbol for power throughout World War II. Today, it serves as a reminder of Berlin's past, present, and future. The next monument was a whole lot more exciting for me. I finally got to witness the infamous Reichstag. This building was the ultimate symbol for Nazi Germany. Hitler held massive marches and rallies in the square I stood in to take pictures. I cant even imagine someone so ...

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