The Berlin TV Tower is 368 meters, the tallest building in Germany and the fourth tallest building in Europe is not guyed. After more than four years of construction, the television tower was inaugurated on October 3rd, 1969.
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There is hardly any corner in Berlin from which you cannot see the striking television tower on Alexanderplatz (some say the the DDR solider used the tower for watching its citizens). The tower ball of the tallest building in Germany offers a wide panoramic view.
Offering breathtaking views over the German capital, the TV Tower cuts a striking image against the Berlin skyline. Secure yourself a hassle-free entrance ticket to this famous city attraction and bypass the infamous queues of people lining up outside.
The TV tower of Berlin located in Alexanderplatz Square. Unlike the common thought, it was East Berlin, not West.
368 m high tower, opened in 1969, with viewing platform at 203 m height and rotating restaurant at 207 m.
“Galleries and Museums with a great 3 day ticket pass and area on the spree to enjoy afterwards.”
“The famous crossing point is worth a visit even though nothing at the site is original. There are a few museums around. The better one is the Assisi Panorama.”
“Berlin's most famous site. Its history reflects the entire history of Berlin and of Germany. A must !”
“Opposite the city palace is the mighty Berlin Cathedral with its striking dome. The interior is designed with numerous reliefs and mosaics. From the dome there are views of Museum Island and Unter den Linden.”
“The modern Potsdamer Platz is worth to see for its unique architecture. There are many Cafes and Restaurants. The site has a lot of history. Go up to the Panorama Viewpoint just across the street and see the documentation around the obnservation platform.”