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The longest moving refracting telescope is 21 meters long with a lens diameter of 68 centimetres.
The longest moving refracting telescope is 21 meters long with a lens diameter of 68 centimetres. This Giant Telescope was built in 1896 by Dr. Freidrich Simon Archenhold but is now part of the Deutsches Technikmuseum Berlin. It was the place where Einstein presented his Theory of Relativity to the public in 1915.
Archenhold Observatory, 12435 Berlin, Germany
A relatively good and complete obtained (at least regarding Berlin) residential quarter which was built in 19th century
Treptower Park along the Spree river is a popular recreational park with the Karpfenteich lake and Kleingartenanlange Rathaus as well as the Soviet War Memorial and Archenhold Observatory
The Stasi museum describes the procedures applied by the DDR secret police
150-200m along the Wiener Straße (bypassing the fire house and the public swimming pool) from U-Bahn Görlitzer Bahnhof, the park is famous for the Turkish families barbecuing on summer weekends, failed contemporary art and relaxed atmosphere of students
Boxhagener Kiez hosts a flea market on Sundays, selling everything from books, antiques, vinyl and jewelry to clothes and furniture
Arguably the most beautiful bridge in Berlin and the only connection between Friedrichshain and Kreuzberg
The East Side Gallery is the longest stretch of the Berlin Wall still in existence, a 1
The Friedrichsfelde Central Cemetery is also know as also known as the Memorial to the Socialists
This museum describes the history of the GDR-Russian relationship during the Cold War