What is the capital of Berlin

Berlin - the city of unlimited possibilities

The city is characterized in particular by the contrasts between historical buildings and contemporary architecture, between tradition and modernity. Berlin's sights from the Brandenburg Gate to the Federal Chancellery tell the story of an entire nation. All major government buildings are also located in the German capital, including the historic Reichstag as the seat of the German parliament.

Berlin is the city of the arts, artists and museums. Over 170 museums - including the world-famous Museum Island - show the treasures of the world. Important orchestras - such as the internationally acclaimed Berlin Philharmonic - and its three large opera houses with their sensational opera and ballet productions make Berlin an Eldorado for classical music lovers from all over the world. And the numerous theaters, variety shows, revue theaters and numerous cabarets ensure entertainment for every taste.

The famous Kurfürstendamm, the elegant Friedrichstrasse and the original boutiques around the Hackesche Höfe offer countless shopping opportunities. Berlin sets the latest trends in lifestyle, music and art. Inspired by the overflowing creativity, more and more artists from all over the world come to Berlin and make the metropolis one of the most exciting places in Europe. The constant change characterizes the lively, energetic metropolis.

And yet Berlin is also a relaxed city with a lot of freedom that allows air to breathe. Berlin is the greenest metropolis in Germany with extensive parks, forests and lakes. In summer, life takes place outside: in the beach bars, cafes and in the open-air cinemas and theaters, where the sunshine and mild summer nights are enjoyed.

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