Landhaus Schlachtensee

Address: Bogotastrasse 9, Berlin, 14163, Germany | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Steglitz-Zehlendorf area of Berlin, is near Allied Museum (Alliierten Museum), Pfaueninsel Park (Peacock Island), and Schlachtensee.
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      ... exhibition about resistance against the National Socialist regime, and it shows that whilst no large scale, mass organised opposition was possible, there were numerous examples of individuals and small groups who bravely made a stand. Sophie Scholl was just a student; Claus von Stauffenberg an aristocratic army officer, but both and many others, chose their own paths of protest. The exhibition strongly demonstrates that there were many Germans who risked their lives to oppose ...

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      2 comments, 8 photos

      We arrived in Berlin to a lovely -1 degree day. The cold is different to back home, I would call it brisk but as Treen put it "I'm cold!" Within an hour she has acclimatised and it was only the gust of wind when we turned onto Unter den Linden that caught her off guard and made her say "I need a warmer jacket!" The first thing that I noticed about Berlin was the wide streets and the architectural styling of the buildings. It captures your attention straight away ...