Weekend in Berlin · Part 3

Straße des 17. Juni

Weekend in Berlin 3.0 Hallo und Willkommen! And for the 3rd and final part of the Berlin Top 10, hoping you enjoyed both part 1 and part 2 of the series, here it goes: Main locations: Kaiser-Wilhelm-Gedächtniskirche, Tiergarten, Holocaust Memorial Kaiser-Wilhelm-Gedächtniskirche is a memorial church originally built in the 1890s. Bombed in 1943 the church remains a ”hohle Zahn” (German for the hollow tooth) in the memory of the city. The preserved parts of the building retain a captivating sight. Berlin has the power to amaze you, even with its ruins. Tiergarten is among Germany’s largest urban gardens. Nature in the …

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The Glasgow Necropolis

Necropolis Tombs Sun Tree

A very interesting spot to visit in busy Glasgow. The Necropolis is an inter-denominational cemetery by the Glasgow Cathedral. It was established in 1832 and had more than fifty-thousand people there. It’s a wonderfully designed place with Victorian architecture and a complex topography. It makes you think that you are in a city of the dead. I would advise going on a sunny day if you catch that in Scotland. But the scene is something worth seeing. You’ll find guided tours as well if you wish. The place has many interesting-looking tombs. The place is well thought out and worth seeing. …

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