Hotel Apartmenthaus Zarenhof

Schoenhauser Allee 140, Berlin, 10437, Germany | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Omonia Square area of Berlin, is near Insider Tours, Berlin Underground Association, Prenzlauer Berg, and KulturBrauerei.
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    The story of Berlin.

    A travel blog entry by miss_melissa on Aug 02, 2014

    ... here' and 'died' 'there'. The German people have an understanding of what life was like in the camps and how Hitler came to power but I don't. It's not taught in schools and unless I do particular reference reading I'm not going to. As a foreigner I need to be informed of this history came to be, how it worked and then how it fell apart. I feel I could empathise more with the victims if I could imagine what it was like in the camps, their ...

    Day 6 London/Berlin

    A travel blog entry by brianmurray on Aug 18, 2013

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    ... Wall came down. The area is full of history. We explored the neighbourhood which was remarkably quiet (Sunday) and settled for a schnitzel for dinner. Our apartment is in the 6th floor loft. Large might be an understatement. All the mod-cons and lovely with all the windows open to enjoy the breeze and hear the ...

    Day 18

    A travel blog entry by banvilleabroad on Jun 23, 2013

    ... to eat and relax for a bit. Once we filled our stomaches we were off to the Brandenburg Gate. Built in the 18th century and turned into a city gate, it's where Ronald Reagan did his famous " Mr. Gorbachev, tear down this wall! " speech. So much history here that I know so little about, it's almost embarrassing. After the gate we went for some frozen yogurt and then went biking in Tiergarten, a large park/forest nearby. It was absolutely beautiful. We came out ...

    Completing the Puzzle in Berlin

    A travel blog entry by shaunandkaren on Mar 25, 2013

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    ... the walking tour that our Iron Curtain puzzle was completed. Our tour guide told us about the fall of communism in Poland, and protests in Hungry. Then we learned of protests in East German cities such as Leipzig. These protests lead to protests in East Berlin, which in the past had failed, and eventually lead to the building of the Berlin Wall. But this time, the protests were working. But in the end, the fall of the Berlin wall was because of one man. One man, ...

    History Lessons (Day Twenty-Three)

    A travel blog entry by ericgoesplaces on Sep 08, 2012

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    ... dozens of barracks were used to house thousands of camp prisoners. I learned that Sachsenhausen was not an extermination camp, but a concentration camp where prisoners were kept alive for the sole purpose of performing manual labour. I was surprised to find out that much of the camp itself was built by the prisoners. Abuse, torture, and murder of prisoners by the Nazi guards was all too common. There were basically no laws inside the camp. Prisoners lived ...