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Berlin â€“ the capital of Germany, a melting pot of different lifestyles, cultures and history, a destination for countless travellers from near and far!
Going for a walk through the historic and most preferred quarters of Berlin offers a deeper insight in modern, innovative and arty architecture and a delightful hustle and bustle of heaps of people who are mostly tourists, of course.
After the train had arrived (with an obligatory delay) at
The next stop was the Reichstag which is an absolutely popular sight among tourists. There was such an immense long queue in front of the great building with its nicely looking glass dome on top that you could have thought the representatives were giving away their Christmas bonuses.
Off we went to the well-known Brandenburg Gate â€“ crowds again where the official Berlin Wall split the country from 1961 to 1989!
You could have got the impression that thereâ€™s nothing else to marvel than the diverse facets of
Just donâ€™t you dare to look behind the scenes! Contrasts everywhere: way to expensive and lavish appearing limousines versus ugly and disintegrating facades, wealthy business people versus pushy beggars, educational institutions like museums and galleries versus construction sites as far as you can see.
But honestly, a real traveller doesnâ€™t want to see just the pretty and precious sites of the world but the reality even if itâ€™s more or less pleasant.
However, after a day in