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Berlin's darker past is a tourist attraction today: "THE NEW AND THE OLD: "
by Fiona (07 December 2001)
November the 9th seems to be a date for significant moments in Berlin's history. On November 9th 1918 the German Republic was declared; around November 9th 1989, when Berlin's wall came down; and it was also the 9th of November 1938 when Kristallnach...more
Take a walking tour of Berlin: "Walking tours "
by Cameron (03 August 2001)
There are several walking tours of Berlin, aimed towards English speaking tourists. They generally take a few hours and show you around the major sites (bits of wall, the site of Hitler's bunker, Museums etc. etc.) which you can then go back and inv...more
"East Side Gallery Outdoor Gallery "
by Mel (01 July 2000)
The only remaining 1.3 km section of the Berlin Wall left standing intact, artists from all over the world are recreating their images on the Wall from 1989. A must see! Paintings are fantastic, and a reminder that freedom is not guaranteed.
"Love Parade "
by Daniel (19 June 2000)
I don´t know if this really qualifies as an "Attraction", but the Love Parade is really something else... It´s the biggest Techno Party in the world. About 1.5 million people dance in the streets of berlin and there are lots of pre and afte...more