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 Free your mind – Berlin is unique, a place where everyone can be inspired by the city’s diversity. Come  and see for yourself!


 More than almost any other city in the world, today’s Berlin embodies the idea of freedom. Explore a city   renowned for its culture, vibrant arts scene, openness and rich array of events – and find out why Berlin is the  city of freedom.

 Berlin is constantly in flux, a process of change adding new facets to this city of freedom. Let yourself be  inspired by the stunning range of events and activities – whether you are visiting for the first time or already familiar with the city.



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Our tips for your trip to Berlin

Hidden Places in Berlin's districts

Discover Berlin off the beaten track

The Botanical Garden in Berlin in winter
Tower Schrotkugelturm  in Berlin
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Schrotkugel Tower

- temporarily closed - Behind the colourful houses in the Kaskelkiez neighbourhood, you can't miss the 40 metre high Schrotkugel Tower. It was built in 1908 and is supposed to be reminiscent of an Italian nobleman's tower. The building also had a practical side as it served for the pouring of lead bullets until the late 1930s. The lead plates were melted at the top of the tower. The lead droplets then fell freely and the laws of physics made them into perfectly rounded buckshot whose special accuracy was legendary among hunters.

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