Three days in Berlin

During the same trip where we visited Prague, we spent three days in Berlin. It is an interesting, vibrant city that holds the tragic distinction of having been the most bombed city in history. During WWII, the Allies dropped 67,607 tons of bombs on the city, destroying 6,427 acres of buildings. As a result, the city’s architecture is a thorough mix of the historic and the modern.

Because it was the start of summer and it got fairly hot during the mid-days, I was able to appreciate the strong breeze flowing along the Spree, which you will see in a few of the photos shown here. It was also a blessing to be able to step into large, majestic historic buildings that always stay cool, to take shelter from the blazing heat.

Enjoy this gallery of 126 photographs!


2 thoughts on “Three days in Berlin

  1. dear Raoul, thanks for sharing your impressions and photos of Berlin 🙂 will move there in 2 weeks, can´t wait to arrive there 🙂 cheers from Lisbon, PedroL

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