Brandenburg Gate, the symbol par excellence of Berlin, so should not be missing in your travel books. Previously symbol of the division of the two Germanys, has now become a symbol of unity, as well as being a magnificent example of neoclassicism.
Recall that the twelve Cologne support the door at the top is the Quadriga, the goddess of victory, riding a chariot with four horses. Also take a few snapshots to Pariser Platz, concerts are often held here. If you love art, then, do not forget to visit the East Side Gallery: practically this art gallery comes from a long stretch of the Berlin Wall was still standing, full of all the murals to be photographed.Read More »What to see in Berlin, Brandenburg Gate to the East Side Gallery