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... out a few museums, I was hoping to go into the Pergamon museum but it had a very long wait so I ended up going to the Bode museum, New museum, National gallery, Altes museum and the Berlin Cathedral. All were quite great, though at this point I have seen quite a few museums so not much stands out too much. I did really enjoy the view from the top of the Cathedral though. That night I went out on a pubcrawl ending at a jazz dance ...
... and learned that nearly the whole city was in ruins after the war and Berliners decided to rebuild in a modern city. This is different from places like Munich and Dresden, which were rebuilt to mimic what had stood before. There are a few exceptions, such as the French Cathedral and the German Cathedral (pictures below!). Finally, the most important thing I learned about Berlin is the attitude and personality of ...
We went to an underground WW2 Bunker where civilians would hide out during the air raids from the American and British bomber pilots.
1. What types of books did the Nazis order to be burned in the middle of Berlin? Examples of ...
Berlin is large and bright and alive. It's a city alive with a self assured sense of its own place in history, it's own symbolic relevance to the past and the present. It is a modern city that hasn't folded under the toppling weight of modern commercial shopping centers, she hasn't been branded and tamed by Gucci or Swarovski. Berlin has all these things, it has all the markings of modern capitalist globalization, but they blend naturally into the city rather than define it. ...
... famously dangled "blanket" out the window. From there we were told the story of the Brandenburg gate and Berlin's interesting relationship with the French. The highlight of the tour was probably the holocaust memorial which is a number of large concrete pillars arranged in a grid at varying heights. Walking through the memorial is designed to be a sensory experience rather than being spoon-fed facts. Our experience was marked by feelings of confusion, anxiety ...