The Epic History of Berlin



After the end of World War II in Europe, Germany territory divided into four occupation zones after remaining of Nazi German, each one zone controlled by one of the four occupying Allied powers: the Americans, British, French and Soviets. The old capital of Berlin, as the controlling of the Allied Control Council, was subdivided into four sectors despite the city lying deep inside the zone of the Soviet Union.


For about 28 years, the Berlin wall (Berliner Mauer) was a barrier that separating West Berlin from East Berlin. The longer ‘inner German border’ demarked the remainder of the East-West German border between the two states. Both borders were part of the Iron Curtain. During this period of separating of Berlin, at least more hundred people were confirmed killed trying to cross the Wall into West Berlin.

The history about Berlin bring this city famous around the world of epic history during World War II. This point of traveling that invite more visitors to Berlin to see remaining of this history has made. When visitors plan to travel to city of Germany, Berlin is one of famous place to visit and see how this epic history has rebuild this city.

Beside to see nearly of the remaining stretches of the Berlin Wall and the Wall Victims Memorial, visitors can travel to Berlin to see another great place and building in Berlin, such as the Reichstag, Brandenburg Gate, Berliner Dom, Pergamon Altar and Museum, Fernsehen Turm, Bundes Tag and remember to see a monument of Holocaust.

And if we plan travel to Berlin, there are more quality hotels and more affordable price hotels in Berlin. For booking a best affordable price hotel, the recommendation website to find and search is hotelsdeutsche.com, it will help us preparing best and affordable Berlin’s Hotel. For another vacation to other city in Germany, hotelsdeutsche.com can also help us for preparing booking hotel to Köln, Frankfurt and Munich.


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