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  2. Potsdam - Wikipedia

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    Potsdam ( German pronunciation: [ˈpɔt͡sdam] ( listen)) is the capital and, with around 183,000 inhabitants, largest city of the German state of Brandenburg. It is part of the Berlin/Brandenburg Metropolitan Region. Potsdam sits on the River Havel, a tributary of the Elbe, downstream of Berlin, and lies embedded in a hilly morainic landscape dotted with many lakes, around 20 of which are located within Potsdam's city limits.

  3. Potsdam | History & Facts | Britannica

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    Potsdam, city, capital of Brandenburg Land (state), eastern Germany. Lying on the southwest border of Berlin, it is sited where the Nuthe River flows into the Havel River, the confluence becoming a series of lakes. First mentioned in 993 as a Slavic settlement known as Poztupimi, it received its charter in 1317.

  4. Potsdam: beautiful gardens and UNESCO World Heritage - Germany

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    Potsdam: a land of gardens, palaces and lakes Cities & Culture Potsdam Prussian pomp and splendour, a heritage of great architects and scholars and a focal point during the Cold War: Potsdam offers breathtaking dimensions of culture and history. 300 years ago, Potsdam was transformed into one of Europe's most splendid royal cities.

  5. Potsdam, Germany 2023: Best Places to Visit - Tripadvisor

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    About Potsdam. Potsdam was the residence of the Prussian kings and German Kaisers until 1918. It is the site of the parks and palaces of Sanssouci, the largest World Heritage Site in Germany. The city is now the capital of the German federal state of Brandenburg and a home to three public colleges and a major film production studio.

  6. Potsdam travel - Lonely Planet | Germany, Europe

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    Potsdam, on the Havel River just 25km southwest of central Berlin, is the capital and crown jewel of the federal state of Brandenburg. Easily reached by S-Bahn, the former Prussian royal seat is the most popular day trip from Berlin, luring visitors with its splendid gardens and palaces, which garnered Unesco World Heritage status in 1990.

  7. THE 15 BEST Things to Do in Potsdam, Germany - Tripadvisor

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    Things to Do in Potsdam, Germany - Potsdam Attractions Things to Do in Potsdam Popular things to do City Tours Historical Tours Points of Interest & Landmarks Half-day Tours Cultural Tours Historic Sites Top Picks Luxury & Special Occasions Architectural Buildings Airport & Hotel Transfers Extreme Sports Specialty Museums Ports of Call Tours

  8. Where Is Potsdam, Germany The beautiful city of Potsdam lies along the banks of the Havel River, a short 35km distance from the city centre of Berlin, Germany. The city captures more than 200 years of history and culture dating back from the Prussian Empire. It’s also famous for the role it played during World War II and the Cold War that followed.

  9. Potsdam Conference: Definition, Importance & Date - HISTORY

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    At the Potsdam Conference, the leaders of the United States, Great Britain and the Soviet Union—the “Big Three” powers who had defeated Nazi Germany—met in the city of Potsdam near Berlin....

  10. New Palace, Potsdam - Wikipedia

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    New Palace, Potsdam. / 52.40; 13.01. The New Palace ( German: Neues Palais) is a palace situated on the western side of the Sanssouci park in Potsdam, Germany. The building was begun in 1763, after the end of the Seven Years' War, under King Friedrich II ( Frederick the Great) and was completed in 1769. It is considered to be the last great ...

  11. Potsdam Conference - Wikipedia

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    The Potsdam Conference (German: Potsdamer Konferenz) was held at Potsdam in the Soviet occupation zone from July 17 to August 2, 1945, to allow the three leading Allies to plan the postwar peace, while avoiding the mistakes of the Paris Peace Conference of 1919. The participants were the Soviet Union, the United Kingdom, and the United States. They were represented respectively by General ...