The capital city of Germany, Berlin is a vibrant history and tourist attractions to please almost any guest. In spite of a past that is not so glorious, the city of Berlin has risen through the turmoil and become a significant cultural center known for its art and music as well as its historic landmarks. Stepping into Berlin is both a trip into the past, with monuments and museums, and a step into the future, with new age architecture and diverse cultural interactions. Now you can fly off to the city with British Airways Flights.Add paragraph text here.
Originally built at the end of the 17th century and heavily expanded during the 18th century, the Charlottenburg Palace features a wide variety of attractions that enable it to be a major tourist destination. The grounds offer extensive walking paths, gardens, moats, small lakes, and even a carp pond, all of which have undergone many redesigns and reconstructions as different styles came into fashion over the years. The palace and grounds were heavily damaged during WWII air raids, but have since been restored to their former beauty. Much of the grounds are open to the public free of charge, but there are specific wings and parts of the palace that require an admission fee for entry. Get great deals on visit to this part of the world at British Airways.Add paragraph text here.
Well after the unification of Germany in 1871, the need for a large building for all of the members of parliament to meet eventually arose, giving birth to the Reichstag Building in 1894. The building served as a meeting place for the German parliament until February 27, 1933, when the building mysteriously caught fire and was abandoned until being captured by the Soviet Army in 1945. However, during the Cold War the building lay in ruins until its modern reconstruction and revitalization in 1999, and its first official meeting was held on April 19th, 1999. The Reichstag now ranks as the second-most visited tourist attraction in Germany, offering a large glass dome with 360-degree views of the city as well as the chance to look in on a German parliament session.Add paragraph text here.
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