Unter den Linden


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Unter den Linden

the main street of Berlin, formerly in East Berlin, extending to the Brandenburg Gate
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Address: Unter den Linden 78, entrance in Wilhelmstrasse, 10117 Berlin
At the end of Unter den Linden is the Holocaust memorial - countless grey rectangle slabs, which signify coffins stretching into the distance.
In East Berlin, Friedrichstrasse, Unter den Linden, Potsdamer Platz and Alexanderplatz are all good for shopping.
Just stroll along Unter den Linden, Berlin's Champs d'Elysees, or visit the many museums and art galleries.
Based around the lengthy Unter den Linden boulevard that runs from the Brandenburg Gate, that other symbol of Cold War Berlin, to the TV Tower at Alexanderplatz, this is a much hipper part of town.
This new release, the third Manon to appear on DVD this year, comes from Berlin's Staatsoper unter den Linden in a co-production with Los Angeles Opera.
And in midfield, they've got a bloke on pounds 120,000-aweek called Michael Ballack who strolls through every game as if he's on an evening promenade down the Unter den Linden.
We then took a leisurely stroll down the magnificent tree-lined boulevard called the Unter den Linden which houses some of the most important historic buildings of Berlin.
Hotel de Rome just opened its doors in Berlin, close to Unter den Linden.
In Berlin, police turned away fans from the Unter den Linden when their number reached 250,000.
Out of the rubble of war and discarded ideologies, the German capital has reestablished the old city center around the stately Unter den Linden, displacing the hubs of East and West Berlin from Alexanderplatz and Kurfurstendamm, respectively.