Hotel Alte Feuerwache
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... 32893;職員 171;紹，或是 1040;遊行詢問 34389;問問看，& #20171;紹那裡就 去那裡。錯 ;過了的景 0;就留待下Ē 25;再去，就 159;有點憾事 5165;更見真實 65292;值得回味& ...
... street art, it represents the world’s largest mural collection. We’re in town just a few days before the 25th anniversary of the Wall coming down. Massive celebrations are planned, to be attended by dignitaries from around the world – although given the current tensions, nobody can tell us who’s coming from Russia. The exterior of the very grand Russian embassy on the Unter den Linden is being cleaned up. No coincidence – somebody big ...
... East and West, then the East in an attempt to hold on to its citizens, closed the border and the gate was isolated in no mans land until the historic night of 22nd December when Helmut Kohl passed beneath it to shake hands with the East german prime minister. It is a lot smaller than you would think, and now is the centerpiece of a large pedestrianized square. It has been lovingly restored and looks as beautiful as the day it was first erected.
From here we ...
... in size. This triangular shaped facility had over 38,000 prisoners in it at one stage. The men were made to do a roll call twice a day. On one particular day cruelly they were made to do roll call in -27 degree weather for the whole day. A few hundred prisoners passed away. There were the regular barracks with up to 500 men crammed in them where disease was common. Another "cushier" section housed the counterfeiters responsible for making American and ...
... and pews to seat more then 3,000 people this church is incredibly impressive. It has sky high ceilings, and white interior make this place a stand out.
We don’t have time to visit too much else, so we walk back to our meeting spot near the Opera house and take in the views of these glorious buildings, built to look as if they’ve stood for hundreds of years before us.
The bus arrives and we continue our journey to ...