TV Tower of Berlin, I guess one who have been to Berlin don’t miss to visit the tallest tower of the city. No doubt it’s at the top of every visitor‘s agenda who visit Berlin. So, how can I miss such an opportunity. By the way, this is my second trip to TV tower. Here’s some pictures that I have captures this evening. Enjoy a breathtaking view across the city from the 203-meter-high Panorama floor or the 207-meter-high which consists of Telecafé and revolving restaurant.
Tourist enjoying the view from TV Tower
Lost in wonder of TV Tower
Inside view of TV Tower.
Revolving resturant of TV Tower.
View of sunset from TV Tower.
The Fernsehturm (German for "television tower") is a television tower in the city centre of Berlin, Germany. This well-known landmark, close to Alexanderplatz, was constructed between 1965 and 1969 by the former German Democratic Republic (GDR). The GDR administration intended it as a symbol of Berlin, which it remains today, as it is easily visible throughout the central and some suburban districts of Berlin. (Source: Wiki)
Mr. Kraemer who made this trip to TV Tower possible and very very informative. Mr. Kraemer has photographed TV Tower during it's construction. His photo archrive of TV Tower during it's construction is displayed to at the toursit information center till today.
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