Berlin. City Panorama from Alexanderplatz

The camera is located on one of the upper floors of the Park Inn by Radisson Berlin Alexanderplatz. Thanks to a flexible pricing policy, you can rent a double room here for only 60 euros per day. Of course, at this price, you won’t have a view like this.

In the foreground, the panorama of the city is slightly covered by the slender Berlin TV tower. Right behind it, we can see a lot of sights of the capital of Germany. The buildings around the Neptune Fountain are seen the best.

To the right, are the Church of St. Mary, the Berlin Cathedral, and the Oceanarium.

In the center, behind the tower, is Neptune Fountain, opened in 1891, the new museum complex, Musterraum auf der Schlossbaustelle, and Palace Square.

On the left, is the Rotes Rathaus (Red Town Hall) and the Church of St. Nicholas.

It is interesting that over the past few years, Berlin has not been seen from this vantage point without construction equipment. Tower cranes are often seen erecting new buildings or restoring architectural monuments.

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