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 ...
Alexanderplatz is Berlin’s eastern centre and is an important transport junction – for the S-Bahn, U-Bahn, regional trains, trams and buses. It also has a great many great tourist attractions within walking distance, making it the ideal starting point for a sightseeing tour of Berlin.
In recent years, Alexanderplatz has also become one of the city's main addresses for shopping. The square and its immediate vicinity feature many stores of global fashion brands, the famous department store Galeria, and the Alexa, one of Berlin's largest shopping malls.
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.
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.
Der Alexanderplatz ist ein Platz am nordöstlichen Rand der historischen Mitte von Berlin. Der rechteckige Platz im Ortsteil Mitte geht auf den Platz vor dem Königs Thor zurück und erhielt 1805 nach dem russischen Zaren Alexander I. seinen heutigen Namen.
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.
The Alexanderplatz demonstration (German: Alexanderplatz-Demonstration) was a demonstration for political reforms and against the government of the German Democratic Republic on Alexanderplatz in East Berlin on Saturday 4 November 1989.
Alexanderplatz as we know it today has become incredibly popular for people of all ages for a number of reasons, and is a gathering point for Berlin natives as well for tourists. It offers a variety of attractions, including shopping, foods, and a well-connected center point for Berlin’s transportation system — however, the history of ...
Alexanderplatz is one of the busiest thoroughfares in Berlin. It's a transportation hub, a busy shopping zone, and an interesting mix of the city's past and present, from early Berlin to 1960s DDR (Deutsche Democratic Republic) to today's continuing development efforts.