Sights in Kreuzberg

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History has left its mark on Berlin, not in the least on Kreuzberg. These days, it still is a melting-pot of different cultures and activities. The Kreuzberg Hill is Berlin’s only hill and serves most of the time as a relaxation spot with both locals and tourist. The best thing to do is wander around the area and visit the several squares and museums and let yourself be overwhelmed by the hustle and bustle in the area. An absolute must is the Checkpoint Charlie museum, offering an impressive overview of this crossing-point, and the Jewish Museum designed by Libeskind. On Auguststrasse are several art galleries.

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Jewish Museum

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Libeskind’s academic and intellectual exertions resulted in this spectacular and unusual building.

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connection:U Kochstrasse
address:Lindenstrasse 14

Gay Museum, Archive and Library (Schwules Museum)

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address:Mehringdamm 61
tel:+49 (0)30 - 693 11 72

Oberbaumbrücke

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One of the places where people had to pay customs in the former days.

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Checkpoint Charlie

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Chamissoplatz

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Der Marheinekeplatz

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Kreuzberg Museum

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address:Am Mariannenplatz

Jewish cemetery

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The remains of the first Jewish cemetry

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address:Grosse Hamburger Strasse

Heilig-Kreuz-Kirche

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address:Zossener Str. 65
tel:+49 (0)30 - 691 20 07

Passionskirche

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address:Marheinekeplatz 1-2
tel:+49 (0)30 - 612 68 17

New Synagogue

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address:Oranienburger Strasse

Jerusalems- und Neue Kirchengemeinde III

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address:Mehringdamm 21
tel:+49 (0)30 - 622 10 63

Dreifaltigkeits cemetry

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Amongst others, graves from Mendelssohn and Bartholdy.

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address:Eingänge: Mehringdamm und Zossener Str.
tel:+49 (0)30 - 622 10 63

Heinrichplatz

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Askanischer Platz

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Museum House Checkpoint Charlie

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This museum tells the history of this (in)famous frontier crossing-point. Until the fall of the wall, this was the only Checkpoint Charlie as the only place where foreigners could cross the border.

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address:Friedrichstraße 44

Kreuzberg

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The highest natural hill in Berlin that attracts many visitors who want to relax a bit. On the top, you’ll see, besides a waterfall, schinkel’s memorial to the Liberation Wars.

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Der Anhalter Bahnhof

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This used to be the biggest train station, surrounded by the hustle and bustle of the street and many hotels in the 1920’s-1930’s. Nowadays, you can try to catch a glimpse of the former glorious days.

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address:Askanischer Platz

Hallesches Tor

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This gateway marks the streets from which most trade and contact with Sachsen took place.

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