Berlin isn’t exactly the type of city you’ll need your sunglasses for: it used to be a swampland and has maintained much of its former Eastern Bloc capital charm. Despite its rather depressing history, Berlin is a city worth visiting: the history alone is staggering.
Piece of the Berlin Wall in Potsdamer Platz.
Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe: the blocks are on uneven ground, leading to disorientation and confusion, much like what went on during WWII.
My favorite of the signs outside: You can keep your yuppie flats, we’re happy with our rats.
Charlottenburg Palace in Berlin: beautiful inside and out.
The sprawling grounds outside Charlottenburg Palace in Berlin are the perfect place to walk or unwind.
The Soviet War Memorial in Treptower Park is striking in size and grandeur: you almost forget the Soviets ultimately lost.
Brenna won last week’s custom print from Postcard from Lyon Hotel de Ville. Watch the mail, Brenna!
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