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Hamburger Kunsthalle, Hamburg

This art museum's collection spans from the 14th century to the present. Don't miss the work of Master Bertram, Hamburg's first known painter—the...more

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The Green Vault, Dresden

The New Green Vault and the Historic Green Vault museums, in the old Residenz palace, have been one of Dresden's biggest draws since their dramatic reopenings...more

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Government Quarter/Tiergarten, Berlin

Tiergarten, Berlin's version of Central Park, is also the name of the neighborhood that includes the Regierungsquartier (Government Quarter). Per square mile,...more

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Goethe's Homes, Weimar

Johann Wolfgang von Goethe's home from 1782 to 1832 (located at Frauenplan 1) is Weimar's premier tourist attraction. The nobleman's former home...more

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Gemaldegalerie Alte Meister, Dresden

In the 19th century, Dresden architect Gottfried Semper designed the Semper wing of the Zwinger palace to house the Gemaldegalerie Alte Meister, which contains...more

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Friedrichshain, Berlin

As the true bohemians were squeezed out by the bobos taking up residence in the increasingly pricey Mitte and Prenzlauer Berg neighborhoods in the late 1990s,...more

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Frauenkirche, Dresden

The Frauenkirche is Dresden's signature monument. Destroyed in the 1945 bombing that took down most of the city with it, the protestant church's dome had long...more

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Eastern Berlin, Berlin

Remnants of the Berlin Wall are few and far between these days, and most locals are happy about that. Nostalgia for the former German Democratic Republic,...more

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Charlottenburg, Berlin

When the Wall went up, Charlottenburg became the commercial heart of West Berlin, as it remains today. The Lehrter Bahnhof is the point of entry for many...more

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Buchenwald, Weimar

Only a few bone-chilling remnants are left of this concentration camp, where 250,000 people suffered and 56,000 died between 1937 and 1945. From 1945 to 1950,...more

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