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  2. Berlin - Official Website of the City of Berlin, Capital of GermanyBerlin.de Politics & Administration Events & Culture Tourism & Travel Business & Economy Shopping BerlinFinder Startseite English Electric Scooters, Bicycle & Car Sharing Berlin has a number of transport options that will let you navigate the city with ease. more © dpa

  3. 17 Best Things To Do in Berlin - U.S. News & World Report

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    17 Best Things To Do in Berlin Updated January 21, 2022 Berlin's history of battling ideologies makes for some of the most fascinating sightseeing in Europe. Explore the remnants of the...

  4. Berlin - The city layout | Britannica

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    Berlin skyline The original twin towns of Berlin and Kölln developed from the early 13th century onward, on an island of the Spree River (the site of Kölln) and a small portion of land on the north bank of the river facing the island (the site of Berlin).

  5. Sightseeing in Berlin | visitBerlin.de

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    Explore Berlin on a sightseeing tour – with a wealth of information and fascinating stories about Germany’s capital city. Here, you can buy tickets for your sightseeing tour – whether this is your first time here and you want the classic tour of must-see sights or you are an old Berlin hand keen on insider tips and a closer look at the local neighbourhoods.

  6. Berlin - History | Britannica

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    The name Berlin appears for the first time in recorded history in 1244, seven years after that of its sister town, Kölln, with which it later merged. Both were founded near the beginning of the 13th century. In 1987 both East and West Berlin celebrated the city’s 750th anniversary.

  7. Getting Around Berlin: Guide to Public Transportation - TripSavvy

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    Berlin's U-Bahn runs from 4:30 a.m. till 12:30 a.m. on weekdays. On weekends and public holidays there is 24 hour service with reduced frequency. It runs every 5 to 10 minutes within the city center. The U-Bahn runs every 10 to 15 minutes after 8 p.m. with night buses taking over at night.

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