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Berlin’s iconic TV Tower, also known as Berliner Fernsehturm, is part of the city’s old architecture just like most other historical attractions in the capital city. Occupying a prominent point in the Alexanderplatz, a large square in the Mittie region of Berlin, the tower is a magnificent and tall structure which can be seen from afar. With restaurants, a deck that provides a 360° view of the city and a lavish bar to perfectly end your week, the Fernsehturm, Berlin is one of the most visited tourist spots in Berlin.
The TV Tower in Berlin is the tallest building in the city with a height of 368 metres. But initially, more than 50 years ago when the foundation of the building was laid, the decision of its height was uncertain and highly debated on. After discussions within the government of the German Democratic Republic (GDR), it was brought to a conclusion by Walter Ulbricht that the tower would be of the current height as it stands today making it a remarkable attraction. Thus instead of the pre-planned height of 130 metres and location of Müggelberge, the TV tower was built 368 m high to become the colossal structure in Berlin.
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The observation deck is accompanied by a posh bar called Bar 203, where you can sip on some great drinks. Just above the deck is the rotating restaurant, The Sphere, at a height of 207m that gives you a panoramic sight of the whole city. With views stretched out towards every corner of the city and delicious menu including both local Berlin and Brandenburg cuisines, the ambience here is admirable. They have a morning, daytime and an evening menu and occasionally serve specialities as the seasons change. On Sundays, usually on the first Sunday of the month, you can relish on their exclusive Sunday Breakfast menu between 9.30 am to 11:30 am. Tickets for Sunday Breakfast requires pre-booking as the seats are limited.
Just behind the tower lies the prime attraction of Alexanderplatz, a big square which is both an entertainment and transport hub of Berlin. The place gets its name from Tsar Alexander I and is the central point for tourists visiting other major attractions in the capital.
If you want to witness Berlin courtyards along with striking Art Nouveau facade, the market of Hackescher Hof is the right place for you. Explore the uniquely designed buildings from Rosenthaler Straße, and Sophienstraße spread on an area of 27000 metres here. There are also upbeat cafes, restaurants, shops worth visiting.
The Musuem Island consisting of five museums is a UNESCO heritage site mainly displaying the artworks of Ancient Egypt, Nefertiti, Byzantium and Berlin. The highlights here are the exhibits of the Egyptian queen Nefertiti, Ishtar Gate and Pergamon Altar.
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