Adina Apartment Hotel Berlin Hauptbahnhof
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We started our day with a Hop On Hop Off bus tour to get acquainted with the city. We alighted at a Berlin Wall memorial, and unexpectedly spent a couple of hours there because it was so interesting. As well as one of the few remaining sections of wall, it featured an excellent timeline and quite in-depth history of the rise of the Nazis from pre …
... II. The politicians of the time didn't like the building as it looked too much like a palace. The four corner towers represented each of the four sections of Germany. The building was used until 1933 when, soon after Hitler came to power, it was badly burned. Hitler blamed the communists but generally it is agreed that Hitler’s National Socialist party burned the building so that it could pass laws that effectively eliminated parliament’s powers and gave them ...
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... planning and construction as well as an Act of the German Federal Parliament. The memorial is a "field" of 2711 stelae, concrete slabs of equal size, but various heights. The American architect, Peter Eisenman intended that each visitor would make his or her own interpretation of the meaning of the field.
Beneath the Field of Stelae is the museum itself. Intensely personal, its several rooms vividly display extracts of diary entries, ...
... couple of years ago and 500 employees lost their jobs. Can you believe how devastating that must have been for the small town of Roedental? But a few months later, new owners stepped forward and reopened the plant, but they only have 40 employees and only turn out 12-13 molds each year. The question, how many will they actually make and sell. I think the value will go up sooner or later, or maybe that's just wishful thinking.