Nicole Frölich has a look around the government district in the German capital. She visits the Reichstag, the Brandenburg Gate and the Holocaust memorial.
The Brandenburg Gate is Berlin's most popular subject for tourist snapshots. Right nearby are the Reichstag and the government district, which are transformed each evening into a huge outdoor cinema.
Renowned for ambitious guerrilla actions, the artist collective Center for Political Beauty unveiled their latest project: a replica of Berlin's Holocaust Memorial set up next to right-wing AfD leader Björn Höcke's home.
Gunter Demnig has laid down over 60,000 brass-plated stumbling stones in 22 countries so that the victims of the Holocaust are never forgotten. The sculptor is turning 70 today.
Passers-by couldn't help but pause at Berlin's Brandenburg Gate after three buses rose up directly in front of the German capital's iconic landmark. This weekend is the last chance to see it.
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