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Rathaus Schöneberg was the seat of the West Berlin government and Governing Mayor during the pre-unification era.
Rathaus Schöneberg was the seat of the West Berlin government and Governing Mayor during the pre-unification era. Its steps are famous as the site of US President John F. Kennedy's address on 26 June 1963, declaring his solidarity with the citizens as 'Ich bin ein Berliner'. Today it is the town hall for the borough of Tempelhof-Schöneberg.
Features stately old houses and a good night time hot spot
The Kaiser-Wilhelm-Blick offers good views of the Old Market and the Nikolai Church in Potsdam
Restaurants abound here, with cuisines ranging from Afghan to Nepalese and Thai
The Berlin Sculpture on Tauentzienstraße depicts a broken chain of 2 interlocking links, symbolizing the formerly severed ties between East and West Berlin which still were culturally close
Over 9000 animals are presented on three storeys
The Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church in Breitscheidplatz stands as a memorial to Kaiser Wilhelm I, built by Wilhelm II
The largest zoo in the world, both in terms of number of species (1500) and animal population (14,000)
Historic building opposite Nollendorfplatz