Monday, April 03, 2006

Berlin proposed activities from Wesley

Bradenburg Gate – symbol of German reunification, the place where the wall was
The Reichstag – German parliament
Judisches Museum – Jewish Museum, the biggest in Europe
Charlottenburg Palace and Park – Built form 1695-1699 for a summer residence for Queen Sophie Charlotte, was once an independent and wealthy city
Schloss Sanssouci – Frederick the Great’s summer residence, he advocated liberal reform and artisitic patronage
Nearby Postdam
Ägyptisches Museum – Egyptian Museum
Kurfürstendamm – popular area full of shops, department stores, restaurants, entertainment, etc.
Tiergarten – beautiful 630-acre park – surrounded by Reichstag and Brandenburg Gate
Scheunenviertel – best to experience Mitte, with narrow streets and courtyard mazes

Performances at
Deutsche Staatsoper Berlin
Deutsche Oper Berlin
Komische Oper Berlin

Possible Slots
1.) Brandenburg Gate
2.) The Reichstag
3.) Judisches Museum
4.) Charlottenburg Palace and Park
5.) Schloss Sanssouci
6.) Candy Shop
7.) Berlin Philharmonic Performance
8.) Deutsche Oper Berlin
9.) Free walk around Potsdam
10.) Ägyptisches Museum
11.) Kurfürstendamm
12.) Tiergarten
13.) Scheunenviertel

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