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State Opera Berlin

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After seven years of construction, the restored Berlin State Opera Berlin Unter den Linden presents itself in a new, modern splendor. Lovers of classical music now have the choice between three Berlin operas: the Komische Oper, the Deutsche Oper and the State Opera – this is unique in the world.

Europa-Center in Berlin

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The Europa-Center is located near the underground stations Zoologischer Garten, Kurfürstendamm and Wittenbergplatz.

The Deutsche Oper in Berlin (German opera) also serves a delicious jazz breakfast

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The Deutsche Oper is, in addition to the Komsiche Oper and the State Opera, the largest of the three Berlin opera houses. It was founded at the end of the 20th century and built with a modern program and without boxes, but with good seats for all spectators. A massive outer wall to the Bismarck street in Berlin-Charlottenburg, on which the building is located, completely protects the auditorium from the street noise.

Embark on a journey through the SeaLife Berlin

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At the SeaLife Berlin, not far from the Berlin Cathedral, and right next to Alexanderplatz, you can embark on a fascinating journey through the depths of the ocean up to the waters of the Spree. The highlight is a ride with a lift through the largest freestanding cylindrical aquarium in the world which offers a unique insight into the habitat of the coral reefs.

The Spreebogenpark Berlin

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The Spreebogenpark Berlin, located in the Tiergarten district, was opened in 2005. The fan-shaped, six-hectare complex is located in the immediate vicinity of the government buildings. It is spacious and offers a valuable recreational space in the center of German politics between the Chancellery and the Reichstag.

Olympiastadion Berlin

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The Olympiastadion is the home of Hertha BSC. If you enter the stadium, you can see the blue tartan track.

Mercedes Benz Arena

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The Mercedes  Benz arena (used to be: O2- World) was opened in September 2008. It was build for 2 years.

Madame Tussaud's in Berlin

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With “Madame Tussauds“ a 200 year old tradition came to Berlin. The visitors can get close to international stars, sports legends, famous politicians and people of historical interest and discover the times and moments that made them famous. It is located just a few meters from Brandenburg Gate and was opened in 2008.

 Funkturm Berlin

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The radio tower lays in the district of Charlottenburg. Originally, it should become a broadcasting tower,

Linger under the roof of the Sony Center Berlin at Potsdamer Platz

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Seven buildings, grouped around an open forum with a spectacular roof offer plenty of space for art and culture, work,

Huxleys Neue Welt

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The name came later, first the Huxleys was just called „ New World“. The place has a long history.

URBAN SPREE BERLIN

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The artery is located in the well known RAW tract in Berlin Friedrichshain and has become one of the most

Neptune Fountain

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Karl Friedrich Schinkel, a famous architect, suggested the construction of the fountain.

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