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... second port of call after a quick ride to Brandenburg Tor S Bahn stop was the area known as Tiergarten and home to the Brandenburg Gate, Reichstag building and Holocaust memorial. All within a short walk from one another. The gate is very impressive and certainly worth a picture, if you don't mind a walk it is also nice to see from further down the Tiergarten central parade. The Reichstag is also impressive, you can enter the dome for a tour ...
... Carl Gotthard Langhans from 1788 to 1791. Having suffered considerable damage in World War II, the Brandenburg Gate was fully restored from 2000 to 2002 by the Stiftung Denkmalschutz Berlin (Berlin Monument Conservation Foundation). During the post-war Partition of Germany, the gate was isolated and inaccessible immediately next to the Berlin Wall, and the area around the gate was featured most prominently in the media coverage of the opening of the wall in ...
... we rushed around a bit getting ready and then made our way to the nearby U-Bahn stop (Spittelmarkt) to get to Alexanderplatz where our bike tour was leaving from at 10. Unfortunately the ticket machine wouldn't take our 20 euro note or our credit card, so we gave up and tried at a nearby bus-stop, where a bus thankfully came by fairly promptly. The bus driver DID take our 20 euro note, and we got day passes and made it to Alexanderplatz with it's TV Tower in good time. We even ...
... it was for communists, derelicts unemployed and anyone that did not fall into the description that the 3 Reich wanted to turn into the idea of German. It was where the headquarters and plan that all the other camps were meant to be modelled on. By 1936-45 more than 200000 people were imprisoned here and now there were senti,s and Jews . In 1945 April the soviet and Russian troops who were just passing on their way to take over Germany found this camp and liberated the few ...
... entirely. They have taken the right steps to try and identify that balance.
** Side Note: The pictures are just from walking around Nuremberg (not
from Berlin - although I'm technically posting this from Berlin). Sorry they're so dark and gloomy - it was raining that day.. They really aren't of any significance to this post in term of content, but I realized that I had never shared any pictures of the Old Town of Nuremberg, so here they are!