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Gothic church, the second oldest (built in late 13th century) of the historical centre of Berlin.
Gothic church, the second oldest (built in late 13th century) of the historical centre of Berlin. It's the highest church tower of Berlin (about 90 m), but seems rather small beneath the gigantic TV tower. The church tower was built in the late 18th century by Carl Gotthard Langhans, the architect of the Brandenburg Gate.
Karl-Liebknecht-Straße 8, Berlin, Germany
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Neptunbrunnen is a bronze fountain by Reinhold Begas, built in 1891 as a present from the city of Berlin to the Kaiser Wilhelm II
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A museum dedicated to the Berliner artist
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