Victory Column (Siegessaule)

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Victory Column (Siegessaule) Berlin Reviews

Bojasem Bojasem
216 reviews
“must see” May 26, 2012
The victory column was built in 1873 to celebrate Prussia's victory in the Franco-German War. It was moved to its present location in the Tiergarten.

it wonderful tower contain small museum have some of famous building like Collseum, big ben-

Berlin gate-victory arch paris- moscow cathedral and etc.

to see the view you must climb the step but its interesting but you should fit if not just see


i like the view under the statue Fantastic.
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londonstudent londonst…
31 reviews
Oct 08, 2004
The Victory Column is set in the middle of a busy roundabout in the Tiergarten, but it is not really near anything else. It is about 200 feet high, and of curious design. There are stairs to the platform at the top, which gives extensive views, and also a close-up of the golden statue surmounting the Column.This is all perfectly satisfactory, but the fact that the column is surrounded by a large wood means that there is not an awful lot to see except in the far distance. If you want an extensive view over Berlin, then the Television Tower (q.v.) certainly has more to offer; on the other hand, it is more expensive.
Looking east from the Victory Towe…
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skiathos says:
Good advice. It is a beautiful landmark, but I think I will stick to the Tower.
Posted on: Jul 28, 2011

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