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Berlin Photo Gallery

After the foundation of the German Reich in 1871, Berlin progressed quickly to become Germany’s largest industrial and cultural centre. The Second World War had a devastating effect on Berlin and led to the destruction of large parts of the city. Subsequent political developments divided the country and its capital: The building of the Wall in 1961 drastically and brutally completed this separation.

The Wall did not come down again until 1989, when the people from West and East Berlin were finally reunited. Berlin, the country’s largest city, has once again become the capital of a united Germany.

Berlin Gallery Sections

Zoologischen Garten Area

Opened August 12, 2006
Europa Centre

Opened August 12, 2006
Gendarmenmarkt Area

Opened August 11, 2006
Potsdam Sanssouci Park

Opened June 14, 2006
Potsdam Street Scenes

Opened June 14, 2006

Updated June 9, 2006
Hackescher Markt Area

Updated June 9, 2006

Updated June 9, 2006
Public Transport
  • Hauptbahnhof
  • Ostbahnhof
  • Buses & Trams

    Updated June 9, 2006
  • Landmarks
  • Brandenburg Gate
  • Jewish Memorial
  • Tiergarten
  • Soviet Memorial

    Updated June 9, 2006
  • Kohlhof Building Observation Deck

    Updated June 9, 2006

    Unter den Linden

    Street Scenes

    Potsdamer Platz Part 2
  • Sony Center
  • Kulturforum

  • Potsdamer Platz


    Night Time

    Updated June 9, 2006

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