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Potsdamer Platz

Discovering the unseen events shaping the area


Potsdamer Platz is a strange and unique place in the history of Berlin.

It was once a thriving centre of commerce and culture, but during the cold war it became a virtual no-man's land, cut off from the rest of the city by the Berlin Wall.

Today, it is once again a bustling hub of activity, a symbol of Berlin's rapid progress. However, the radical shifting of the are cannot be seen on its surface.

In this  guided walk through Potsdamer Platz and its surroundings we will reveal some of the unseen history of this remarkable place.


2 hours


By foot


English, Hebrew, German

Suggested Itinerary

Potsdamer Platz

Sony Centre

Grand Hotel Esplanad

The Berlin Wall

The First Traffic Light

Berlin Wall

Leipziger Platz

Anhalter Bahnhof

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