Berlin is an ancient city with centuries of history. The first mention of Berlin dates back to the 13th century, and in the 15th century the city became the capital of the first Brandenburg county, then a part of Prussia, and later a part of the German Empire. The streets of Berlin have witnessed the heyday of the trading business, the changing of many political regimes and brutal battles. All of them left their mark on the map of the capital.It's worth coming to see the architectural monuments from different years: Berlin Cathedral, St. Mary's Church, Berlin State Opera and Rotes Rathaus. Many significant buildings were built in memory of the most difficult moments in the history of Berlin: The Brandenburg Gate is a symbol of reunification after the end of the Cold War, the Holocaust Memorial as a memory to the suffering of Jews during the War.Another place of interest in the capital is parts of the concrete wall that divided the city into two parts after the Second World War. After dismantling the barrier, it was decided that part of it be left as a memory. The city guide will tell you their location. Now on the concrete slabs of the Berlin Wall you can see colourful graffiti, the most famous of which is the socialist fraternal kiss.Locals and tourists can get around the city using its network of metro lines, city trains, trams and buses. The capital's public transport is developed and will help you quickly get to any part of the German capital. To quickly visit all the main popular places, you can use one of the sightseeing buses.Wikivoyage
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