German Museum of Technology


The German Museum of Technology The German Museum of Technology (Deutsches Technik Museum Berlin), is ideal for a journey through the history of science instead. Inside German Museum of Technology Located in the area of ??the former Anhalter Bahnhof train station,… Continue Reading

East Side Gallery


The East Side Gallery The largest portion that remains of the remains of the Berlin Wall measures 1.3 kilometers and is known as East Side Gallery, the largest gallery of outdoor art world. Along the wall, you can see hundreds… Continue Reading

DDR Museum


Visit DDR Museum The DDR Museum (in Spanish known as the GDR or East Germany), collect different objects and reconstructions of communist part of Berlin to present visitors everyday Germans who lived under the strict regime the GDR between 1949… Continue Reading

Checkpoint Charlie Museum


The Checkpoint Charlie Museum The Wall Checkpoint Charlie Museum is dedicated to the Berlin Wall and the most famous border crossing between East Berlin and West Berlin, Checkpoint Charlie. What began in 1963 as an unordered collection next to the… Continue Reading

Checkpoint Charlie


The Checkpoint Charlie Checkpoint Charlie was the best known of those used during the Cold War crossing point. It could get the day visas when crossing to East Berlin from West Berlin. Checkpoint Charlie, leaving the American sector The name… Continue Reading

Charlottenburg Palace


The Charlottenburg Palace The Charlottenburg Palace, built between 1695 and 1699 in a baroque style, was designed as a summer resort of Sophie Charlotte, second wife of Frederick III. After the coronation of Frederick as King of Prussia, in 1702,… Continue Reading

Brandenburg Gate


Visit Brandenburg Gate The Brandenburg Gate (Brandenburger Tor) is one of the ancient gates to Berlin and one of the most important symbols of the city. In Spanish the correct name is Brandenburg Gate, though also known as Brandenburg Gate… Continue Reading

Berlin Wall


The Berlin Wall The construction of the Berlin Wall and especially his fall, have been part of the most important moments in the history of the twentieth century. This wall divided Berlin into two parts for 28 years, separating families… Continue Reading

Berlin Underworlds


The Berlin Underworlds Berlin Underworlds. Although initially assured Hitler that the German Luftwaffe would not let any other country bombed German cities, when it started declining German World War II, began building bunkers in major cities, especially in Berlin Underworlds.… Continue Reading