Berolina Hotel an der Gedaechtniskirche

Address: Rankestrasse 35, Berlin, 10789, Germany | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf area of Berlin, is near Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church, Europa-Center, World Fountain, and Berlin Window.
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      Travel Blogs from Berlin

      Facing Up To Their History

      A travel blog entry by bdsaly on Nov 01, 2014

      3 comments, 4 photos

      ... persecuted, their property and businesses expropriated and ultimately forced to leave the country. It was the Jews in the countries occupied by the Germans who bore the full brunt of their policy of wholesale extermination, particularly Poland from where more than 3 million perished.

      So indeed fitting that this intensely moving memorial is in the heart of Berlin, close to the Brandenburg Gate, the Reichstag and the remains of Hitler’s ...

      Ich bin ein Berliner

      A travel blog entry by wendalex on Jul 30, 2014

      1 comment, 44 photos

      ... of the wall which backs onto a large open area with a small museum. I have been bought to tears on many occasions during this trip, but the museum here is perhaps the most brutal in its revelations of the activities of the nazis. Beneath the wall, are several ruins that formed a part of a large building. This is where the Gestapo had its headquarters. You actually walk among the now open remains of interrogation rooms and cellars belonging to the buildings. A ...

      The war then a wall

      A travel blog entry by kerri.hobman on May 26, 2014

      1 comment

      ... what was the nazi headquarters the building was exploded post ww2 but the foundations remain and the stories told here about the start of nazi control and what they did is beyond my comprehension and understanding. I had no idea what happened to people living in berlin post ww2 and the concept of a wall being built dividing families just to prove your control 7s crazy its amazing after the challenges berlin has had what a resilient city it is. berlin uas kept many parts ...

      Day 198: oh the joys of visa applications part 2

      A travel blog entry by adventurenonni on Feb 03, 2014

      2 comments

      ... I sat on the seats with my number for about 15 minutes whilst the lady completed her business. At least it wasn't any longer. My number was then called and I approached the counter. 'I would like to apply for a visa' I handed in my printed out form, my passport and my photos. 'You are Australian?' She asked. She then proceeded to tell me that because I have not been living in Berlin for longer than 1 year, that the online form was wrong and I had to complete a brand new form with ...

      Berlin Berlin!

      A travel blog entry by melissaclark on Jan 19, 2014

      2 comments, 11 photos

      ... tour of Berlin which was nice because we were able to kind of see around the city and get our bearings for the rest of the week. The walking tour was just over three hours and our guide did a wonderful job of showing us everything we needed to see in Berlin. Including the Jewish memorial, the Berlin Wall, the Brandenburg Gate, Checkpoint Charlie, many museums, and also the parking lot that sits on top of Hitlers bunker where he committed suicide at the end of World ...