Berlin Points Of Interest
Berlin, a modern industrialized capital full of history, has been putting effort for reunification of the city since 1989. Even after the destruction of Berlin Wall, East and West Berlin still remain different and unique.
Every year Berlin host the annual Art Forum Berlin and Berlin International Film Festival which bring brilliant art and movie masterpieces from all over the world. The city is also famous of hosting the Love Parade, where it is a huge festival with electronic music lovers and party till the night.
With such a harsh history, there are a lot of attractions that remind Berliners what this city once suffered. The Jüdisches Museum is the largest Jewish history museums in Europe, exhibits how Jews suffered in the German history and also how they contributed to the German society and culture. Checkpoint Charlie is the tower that was used to patrol the Berlin wall between the east and west. Berlin Wall, East side gallery and Holocaust Memorial are some other sites that should not be missed for tourists who would like to experience more about the German history.