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Travel Blogs from Berlin
... in the morning passing the Kaiser Wilhelm which is a church-monument & one of Berlin’s most famous landmarks. It was consecrated in 1895 but was destroyed by bombs in 1943. After World War II the ruins were removed leaving only the massive front tower at the base of which is the Gedenkhalle (Memorial Hall) is situated. The damaged roof of the tower has ...
... and she took us through all these places. We walked there so we would know our direction and thankfully after a long day caught the train back. So we walked through all these stores and then came across some interesting places. We kept looking in the souvenir stores for stuff. I'm not fond of souvenirs like that. I don't see how different it is from the ugly Aussie T-shirts. We came to the Berlin Wall place and the cemetery where all the Jews ...
... hang out with quite a few of them.
... art.Checkpoint Charlie
Best known border-crossing of Cold War days. The sign, which became a symbol of the division of Cold War Berlin and read like a dire warning to those about to venture beyond the Wall –
YOU ARE NOW LEAVING THE AMERICAN ...
... of the ID.
There were a few wild swans on the nearby pools and an almost constant passage of geese in small flocks, mainly Pink-footed but with a few White-fronted mixed in as well. A Goshawk caused a commotion at it flew at low level over the pastures. This exciting bird of prey seems to be much more common and frequently seen on the western European mainland than it is in the UK.
A small falcon a long way across the fields seemed to have more Merlin than ...
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