Germany's 'Big Five' in Focus: Berlin

For almost three decades divided by the Iron Curtain, Germany’s reunited capital is the country’s biggest city in area and population and attracts the largest number of visitors each year. But it is also the youngest of the biggest five, having been founded in the 15th century only. Seat of the Brandenburg Margraves and Electors, as well as the Prussian kings and German Emperors of the late 19th century, the city boasts many castles and palaces, despite widespread WW II destruction. Berlin is also the home of many national museums, has a vibrant international arts and music scene and is bound to offer something for every taste.

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  • Hybrid (F2F & Online simultaneously)
$39 Limited

<p>For almost three decades divided by the Iron Curtain, Germany’s reunited capital is the country’s biggest city in area and population and attracts the largest number of visitors each year. But it

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01 Feb
$39 Limited

<p>For almost three decades divided by the Iron Curtain, Germany’s reunited capital is the country’s biggest city in area and population and attracts the largest number of visitors each year. But it

...
01 Feb

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