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  2. 24 Hours in Berlin, Germany: Itinerary & Where to Go in One Day

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    Keep on the lookout for the stately Kronprinzenpalais and Berlin State Opera. Within a 20-minute walk, you’ll complete the less-than-two-kilometre stretch. At its apex, you’ll reach the most distinctive landmark in the city, Brandenburg Gate. The gate has hung around Berlin since the late 18th century.

  3. Official residence - Wikipedia

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    Kronprinzenpalais, Berlin Reich Chancellery (office of the Chancellor of Germany ) Friedrichsruh Manor, ( Otto von Bismarck 's residence in Herzogtum Lauenburg , Schleswig-Holstein , near Hamburg )

  4. Wilhelm II - Wikipedia

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    Wilhelm II (Friedrich Wilhelm Viktor Albert; 27 January 1859 – 4 June 1941) was the last German Emperor and King of Prussia from 1888 until his abdication in 1918, which marked the end of the German Empire and the House of Hohenzollern 's 300-year reign in Prussia and 500-year reign in Brandenburg .

  5. Sophia of Prussia - Timenote

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    In Germany, Sophie largely stayed with her parents at two main residences: the Kronprinzenpalais in Berlin, and the Neues Palais in Potsdam. Like her sisters Viktoria and Margaret, she was particularly close to her parents and their relationship became even closer after the death, in 1879, of Waldemar, the favorite son of the Crown Princely couple.

  6. German Empire - Wikipedia

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    The German Empire (German: Deutsches Kaiserreich), also referred to as Imperial Germany, the Second Reich, or simply Germany, was the period of the German Reich from the unification of Germany in 1871 until the November Revolution in 1918, when the German Reich changed its form of government from a monarchy to a republic.

  7. Germany itinerary ideas for city breakers and culture hunters: The Big City Tour: Berlin and Munich (a 4 hour express train connects them) The BaWu Special: Stuttgart, Ludwigsburg, Tübingen, Esslingen, Heidelberg. The Bavaria Special: Munich, Nuremberg, Bamberg, Würzburg, Bayreuth. The Saxony Special: Leipzig, Görlitz, Dresden.

  8. History of Germany | Flag, Maps, Facts, Unification, & Pictures

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    The Germanic peoples are those who spoke one of the Germanic languages, and they thus originated as a group with the so-called first sound shift ( Grimm’s law ), which turned a Proto-Indo-European dialect into a new Proto-Germanic language within the Indo-European language family.

  9. Christmas In Germany [Its Traditions And Celebrations]

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    Christmas in Germany is called Weihnachten, and it is a three day holiday. The main celebration is on Christmas Eve ( Heiligabend ), December 24th. Shops and offices are usually open until noon (unless it is a Sunday), and then everything closes up for a mainly silent and quiet time spent with family. German Christmas traditions have families ...

  10. Germany - Wikipedia

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    Coordinates: 51°N 9°E Germany, [e] officially the Federal Republic of Germany, [f] is a country in the western region of Central Europe. It is the second-most populous country in Europe after Russia, and the most populous member state of the European Union.

  11. Living In Germany: Essential Expat Guide 2024 | Expatra

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    Welcome to our guide for expats in Germany, including information on what to expect, how to get residency, the cost of living, healthcare, public transport, the unique German mindset, and some very handy tips from the author – an expat resident in Germany for over 20 years.