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From the city in the Middle Ages to the city of the future: Urban development in Berlin

From the beginnings of urban development in the Middle Ages and the later palace buildings of the Hohenzollern dynasty to the first industrial buildings and the dawn of modernity in the 1920s to reconstruction after the Second World War and architecture after the fall of the Berlin Wall: Berlin's architectural history is rich and varied!

City walks, guided tours and exhibitions give you fascinating insights into the city's development and the history of individual buildings. At the same time, Berlin is looking ahead and designing new concepts for the future: for new buildings, infrastructure, for living and working in the city. Sustainability and climate protection play a major role here. Numerous events and exciting exhibitions are dedicated to this topic - also from an international perspective.