Alexanderplatz (German: [alɛkˈsandɐˌplats] ()) (English: Alexander Square) is a large public square and transport hub in the central Mitte district of Berlin.The square is named after the Russian Tsar Alexander I, which also denotes the larger neighbourhood stretching from Mollstraße in the north-east to Spandauer Straße and the Rotes Rathaus in the south-west.
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Scene of historical events. Alexanderplatz is not only a major transport junction, but also a historic site. There was street fighting in the square during the March Revolution of 1848, and in November 1989 – just before the fall of the Berlin wall – the peaceful demonstrations against the East German regime culminated here.
Whether in the 1920s, in times of a divided Berlin or today: the famous Alexanderplatz was and remains one of the liveliest places in Berlin. The "Alex", as it is called by Berliners, is the cental square of the eastern city center and one of the most important sights of Berlin. The square and its attractions - such as the TV Tower, the World ...
Alexanderplatz (sometimes called Alex) is the largest public square in Germany, located in Berlin’s Mitte district. It is named after the Russian Tsar Alexander. Home of the iconic TV Tower, 74 meters high above the town. Many historical sites are within walking distance.
The TV Tower on Alexanderplatz is Berlin's most prominent landmark and the tallest building in Germany. Its steel sphere contains an observation platform and a gourmet restaurant. The TV tower between renovated old buildings and a prefabricated high-rise. The dome of the newly built Berlin Palace and the TV Tower.
Alexanderplatz, affectionately called "Alex", is one of the most important squares in Berlin. It is the largest inner-city square in Germany. It is ruled by Berlin's highest tower, the television tower. The World Time Clock, in the middle of the square has already been a popular meeting place in the East and always will be.