Berlin: Where You Can Still See the Traces of the Second World War @Alemanizando

Traces of the Second World War are still visible in Berlin today. The most prominent example is the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church, but tank-shell and bullet holes can be found throughout the German capital. YouTubers Elissa and Rodrigo from @Alemanizando take you on an eye-opening tour through Berlin. They show you the Museum Island, the former Anhalter Bahnhof station, the high bunkers in Humboldthain park and much more.

00:00 Intro
00:26 Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church
01:09 Sophienkirche
01:38 Museum Island
02:13 Potsdamer Platz
03:17 Railway bridge
03:45 Anhalter Bahnhof
04:24 Flakturm Humboldthain

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