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... our necks to see the TV Tower, wandered past a statue of Martin Luther outside Nikolaikirche (naturally, and unconsciously, we bellowed "I have a dream..."), then to Museum Island for a trip to the Pergamon Museum. This museum held relatively few pieces, but the ones it did have were huge - gateways and fortifications from ancient Turkish and Roman cities. (Lynds: I was fascinated, and the driving force behind this particular museum visit. Mr H was less enthusiastic. At least ...
Another of my new Berlin Russian friends. Well, Russian speaking. She's actually Ukrainian. It seems that just as there's an English speaking faction at InterNations there's also a Russian speaking one.
The tour in action. The tour guide peeking throug,h and the painting itself is an example of entartete Kunst. It was certainly a pretty detailed and deep lecture on the subject. In fact there was a special exhibition ...
... devoted to urban agriculture. We grabbed lunch there (and by grabbed, I mean "waited for nearly an hour"...high demand, but it was definitely worth the wait!) and, naturally, returned to the Topography of Terror to actually see the exhibit. It took several hours to walk through the exhibits both inside and out at the site, which sits at the former (long since destroyed) seat of Nazi government. The exhibit details, year by year, the rise to power of Hitler and the Nazis ...
... listed buildings. Even public art sculptures were in the water. Many political slogans and colourful graffiti daubed the buildings - making for interesting viewing. The cruise was a calm way to escape the heat!
Found a little Tapas bar near home - Wine o'clock.
We had a thunderstorm and rain last night which helped to cool things down a little. Was just like Brisbane.
Jef and Wendy
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Now - Today we spent the afternoon at the German History Museum. The museum is a must for anyone spending time in Berlin. The upstairs is about the beginning of the area to the end of WWI. The downstairs of the museum covers from the end of WWI to about 1990. The curators did an unbelievable job of telling the story of Germany and preserving it's history. We were really interested in WWII, so we spent a majority of our time looking at those panels ...