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The Brandenburg Gate is one of the most popular landmarks in Berlin and the first stop for many tourists visiting the city. It is a symbol of the division and reintegration of Germany and is one of the most-visited landmarks in the region.
Constructed in the late 1700s, the Brandenburg Gate was the country’s first Greek revival building. The gate can be seen as a symbol of the country’s unstable past and its diplomatic achievements.
You can find the Brandenburg Gate at the end of Unter den Linden, a short walk from the Brandenburger Tor train station.