“Berlin, where history breathes and lives”

More or less, we have heard about the history of Germany back in the days, mostly during WWII. If you are a fan of history or have ever wondered what it’s like to live in a divided city, Berlin should definitely be on your to-go-list. However, don’t quit yet if you ain’t, stay and see if this blogpost can change your mind.

Being nine times bigger than Paris, Berlin boasts three UNESCO World Heritage Sites and in fact has more museums than rainy days per year!

Anyone up for that..?
Museum of communication is deffo another highlight amongst all, where it showcases means of communication as well as its development throughout the past centuries.
In other words, we are all a victim of happiness aren’t we..

Looking for places to go?

Berlin Zoological Garden, not really a fan of that but worth taking few pictures outside.
Checkpoint Charlie, the crossing point between East Berlin and West Berlin during the Cold War. Which was also the setting for many thrillers and spy novels.
Brandenburg Gate, an 18th-century neoclassical monument in Berlin
Hackescher Markt, a popular market in center area where you could find yourself some light food, handcraft souvenirs and also some vintage stuff like film cameras and clothing!

Another highlight is that, Berlin has the world’s longest open-air gallery – The East Side Gallery, where it’s in fact the preserved section of the Wall of Berlin. Featuring over 100 paintings, the wall can indeed be considered the witness of Berlin’s past history illustrating its political changes between 1989 and 1990.

Bahnhof, a MUST-learn word when you travel to somewhere German-speaking.
I see miniature art, I share it. It’s as simple as that!

Also, Berlin is no doubt THE home to fans of currywurst. Each year, approximately 70-million currywurst will be consumed!

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Reunion with Vapiano after Vienna!

To be frank, it is always wonderful to pair your trip memories with some beautiful sunset.

simply cuz, why not? (@Flakturm Humboldthain)