Parkview Apartments

Veteranenstr 10c, Berlin, 10119, Germany | Inn
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This inn, located in the Mitte area of Berlin, is near KW Institute for Contemporary Art, Hackbarth's, McPaper&Co, and Alter Garnisonsfriedhof.
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Travel Blogs from Berlin

Memory Lane, German-style

A travel blog entry by lyndsey-martin on Jul 18, 2014

339 photos

... vast space is devoted to this memorial, and it is impressive, though impersonal. (Such is the rather anodyne nature of it that some tourists chose to jump onto the blocks and skip between them, before being told off. Morons.) Below ground is a large memorial that seeks to personalise some of the suffering and tragedy, by way of stories of individuals, families and neighbourhoods savaged by the Holocaust. Lynds and I tend to find these "personal stories" less moving or emotional ...

Nuremberg & Berlin: Nazi’s & the Future is N

A travel blog entry by travellingross on Oct 11, 2013

89 photos

... the Brandenburg Gate I saw it was all lit up for a Festival of Lights show that changed displays on the Gate every couple of minutes. Really effective and a cool way to bring people into the city and see an icon in a different way. And that was a fitting way to bring my Berlin time to a close. A great city and one that I’d like to come back to.

Interesting German Observations: The country is locally called Deutschland and the language Deutsch, so why do we say ...

Would You Believe an Art Gallery...!?

A travel blog entry by budz888 on Aug 11, 2013

21 photos

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I think this is the cathedral. Or a cathedral. I should confess that I don't have that much idea actually.

My readers from way back might recognise this building. I remember posing the question of whose picture ee on the wall of the building. I also remember receiving an answer. Wish I could remember what that answer was.

One of the oldest bridges. Looks like it used to have some sort ...

Berlin, A City of Distinct Character(s)

A travel blog entry by jaclyn.brian on Jul 04, 2013

2 comments, 67 photos

... once the Reichsluftfahrtministerium (Ministry of Aviation) and is one of the few remaining examples of rigid, intimidating Nazi architecture in the city. Just down the street, we saw a portion of the Wall, left standing beside a Nazi exhibit called The Topography of Terror (if there has ever been a museum with a more Brian-enticing name, I haven't found it).

Next was the Konzerthaus Berlin, then Humboldt University, alma mater of Otto von Bismarck, Albert ...

Museum Island and the canals.

A travel blog entry by jeffandwen-40 on Jun 20, 2013

1 comment, 26 photos

... creatures and todays lions. The magnitude of this gate (it was the 2nd gate and the smallest) has to be seen to be believed. It dates back to the 6th century BC.
We were lucky enough to see a special exhibition showing finds made at the ancient city of Uruk.This city was the birthplace of print. We saw ancient clay tablets with script on them - it was fantastic. Up until the war in Iraq, archeologists were still ...