Berlin - German Capital

Stock Photography By Tony Miller

Berlin is the capital city of Germany with a population of 3.4 million. It is a major centre of culture, politics, media, and science in Europe. The Berlin Wall between East and West Berlin was built in 1961 completely separating the two halves of the cit until the wall was breached on 9 November 1989. In October 1990 the East and West Germany were reunified as the Federal Republic of Germany, and Berlin became the German capital.

The Brandenberg Gate in Berlin
The Brandenberg Gate in Berlin
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The preserved ruins of Berlin
The preserved ruins of Berlin's
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The Reichstag building in Berlin
The Reichstag building in
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The Reichstag building in Berlin
The Reichstag building in
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The Reichstag building in Berlin
The Reichstag building in
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The Reichstag building in Berlin
The Reichstag building in
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Cleaning windows on he Reichstag building in Berlin
Cleaning windows on he
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Cleaning windows on he Reichstag building in Berlin
Cleaning windows on he
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Memorial for the murdered Jews of Europe in Berlin
Memorial for the murdered Jews
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Memorial for the murdered Jews of Europe in Berlin
Memorial for the murdered Jews
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Memorial for the murdered Jews of Europe in Berlin
Memorial for the murdered Jews
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A damaged section of Berlin Wall with graffiti
A damaged section of Berlin
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Preserved section of the Berlin wall
Preserved section of the Berlin
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Berlin Wall graffiti
Berlin Wall graffiti
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Berlin Wall graffiti
Berlin Wall graffiti
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Berlin Wall graffiti
Berlin Wall graffiti
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Checkpoint Charlie  in Berlin
Checkpoint Charlie in Berlin
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Sanssouci is the former summer palace of Frederick the Great, King of Prussia
Sanssouci is the former summer
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The Reichstag building in Berlin
The Reichstag building in
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These statues dedicated to wine decorate Sanssouci Palace in Potsdam
These statues dedicated to wine
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Actors in costume parade in grounds of Sanssouci Palace in Berlin
Actors in costume parade in
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The lights at pedestrian crossings in parts of Berlin feature the Berlin bear
The lights at pedestrian
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The preserved ruins of Berlin
The preserved ruins of Berlin's
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Russian army caps on sale in Berlin near Checkpoint Charlie
Russian army caps on sale in
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1. The Brandenberg Gate in Berlin. Atop the Brandenberg Gate in Berlin is the Quadriga, a chariot drawn by four horses driven by Victoria, the Roman goddess of victory.

2. The preserved ruins of Berlin's Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church. Berlin's Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church ruins The damaged spire of the old church has been retained and its ground floor has been made into a memorial hall.

3. The Reichstag building in Berlin. The Reichstag building burned on the night of 27 February 1933, but it has been reconstructed. The building was opened again on April 19, 1999. The glass dome on the top, designed by British architect Sir Norman Foster, was added when the building was reconstructed. The German Congress meets in the Reichstag building.

4. The Reichstag building in Berlin. The Reichstag building burned on the night of 27 February 1933, but it has been reconstructed. The building was opened again on April 19, 1999. The glass dome on the top, designed by British architect Sir Norman Foster, was added when the building was reconstructed. The German Congress meets in the Reichstag building.

5. The Reichstag building in Berlin. The Reichstag building burned on the night of 27 February 1933, but it has been reconstructed. The building was opened again on April 19, 1999. The glass dome on the top, designed by British architect Sir Norman Foster, was added when the building was reconstructed. The German Congress meets in the Reichstag building.

6. The Reichstag building in Berlin. The Reichstag building burned on the night of 27 February 1933, but it has been reconstructed. The building was opened again on April 19, 1999. The glass dome on the top, designed by British architect Sir Norman Foster, was added when the building was reconstructed. The German Congress meets in the Reichstag building.

7. Cleaning windows on he Reichstag building in Berlin. The Reichstag building burned on the night of 27 February 1933, but it has been reconstructed. The building was opened again on April 19, 1999. The glass dome on the top, designed by British architect Sir Norman Foster, was added when the building was reconstructed. The German Congress meets in the Reichstag building.

8. Cleaning windows on he Reichstag building in Berlin. The Reichstag building burned on the night of 27 February 1933, but it has been reconstructed. The building was opened again on April 19, 1999. The glass dome on the top, designed by British architect Sir Norman Foster, was added when the building was reconstructed. The German Congress meets in the Reichstag building.

9. Memorial for the murdered Jews of Europe in Berlin. The 19,000 square-meter Memorial for the murdered Jews of Europe, which was opened to the public on May 12, 2005, consists of 2711 stones placed on sloping, uneven ground in an undulating wave-like pattern, giving visitors the feeling of insecurity as though the stones were on unstable ground.

10. Memorial for the murdered Jews of Europe in Berlin. The 19,000 square-meter Memorial for the murdered Jews of Europe, which was opened to the public on May 12, 2005, consists of 2711 stones placed on sloping, uneven ground in an undulating wave-like pattern, giving visitors the feeling of insecurity as though the stones were on unstable ground.

11. Memorial for the murdered Jews of Europe in Berlin. The 19,000 square-meter Memorial for the murdered Jews of Europe, which was opened to the public on May 12, 2005, consists of 2711 stones placed on sloping, uneven ground in an undulating wave-like pattern, giving visitors the feeling of insecurity as though the stones were on unstable ground.

12. A damaged section of Berlin Wall with graffiti. Berlin Wall graffiti

13. Preserved section of the Berlin wall . This section of the Berlin Wall has been preserved and is on display outside the wall museum

14. Berlin Wall graffiti. Berlin Wall graffiti

15. Berlin Wall graffiti. Berlin Wall graffiti

16. Berlin Wall graffiti. Berlin Wall graffiti

17. Checkpoint Charlie in Berlin. The original Checkpoint Charlie was removed on June 22, 1990. The former Allied guardhouses are now located in the Allied Museum. A copy of the American guardhouse was errected on the original place on August 13, 2000.

18. Sanssouci is the former summer palace of Frederick the Great, King of Prussia. Sanssouci is the former summer palace of Frederick the Great, King of Prussia, at Potsdam, near Berlin.

19. The Reichstag building in Berlin. This gazebo and statue are in the grounds of Sanssouci Palace, the former summer residence of Frederick the Great, King of Prussia, at Potsdam, near Berlin.

20. These statues dedicated to wine decorate Sanssouci Palace in Potsdam. These statues dedicated to wine decorate Sanssouci Palace, the former summer residence of Frederick the Great, King of Prussia, at Potsdam, near Berlin.

21. Actors in costume parade in grounds of Sanssouci Palace in Berlin. Actors in costume pareade in grounds of SanssouciPalace, the former summer palace of Frederick the Great, King of Prussia, at Potsdam, near Berlin.

22. The lights at pedestrian crossings in parts of Berlin feature the Berlin bear. The lights at pedestrian crossings in parts of Berlin feature the Berlin bear.

23. The preserved ruins of Berlin's Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church. Berlin's Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church ruins The damaged spire of the old church has been retained and its ground floor has been made into a memorial hall.

24. Russian army caps on sale in Berlin near Checkpoint Charlie. Russian army caps on sale in Berlin near Checkpoint Charlie

 

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