Albergo Hotel Berlin
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... so popular that you need to make reservations, and show official ID, to see it.
Admission is free. We were even offered a free and ingenious audio system that streams information in various languages into our earphones depending on where we walked on one of the dome’s two ramps. One goes up to the top, the other serves visitors on their way back down to the base of the dome.
... an impressive cathedral on it, made to look old but actually built in the 20th century. I then went a beer with a few others from the tour, and had an encounter with a very strange Indian guy who claimed to be drunk off half a beer, and told everyone to stop acting. He even said he wouldn't ask me my name because he would think I wasn't telling the truth! Later that evening, I met up with a Kico who had come to Berlin for the weekend! We started with a drink in the Irish bar, ...
... building, originally designed in 1894 has again become the Bundestag or German Parliament since the unification of the two Berlins.
A complete restoration of the building, which included the addition of a complete top floor and new 50 metre high glass dome, designed by British architect Norman Foster, has given this building a new life.
... affected. It was very interesting but most of all incredibly sad to take in everything that the information center had to offer but we both walked out of there commenting how they did an excellent job presenting all of that information. Once we were finished making our way through the rest of the memorial we decided to head over to the Berlin Wall memorial to see what it would have been like living in a separated Berlin.
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... The Germans pumped Zyklon B, cyanic gas, into a sealed room, and within a few minutes, the victims were dead.
As a result of the Wannsee Conference, a network of extermination camps was established, in which, millions of Jews were murdered in 1942 - 1943.
Documents and translations of Wannsee Conference in the glass case