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About this place
Der Alexanderplatz ist ein zentraler Platz in der früheren Königsstadt im Berliner Ortsteil Mitte und wird im Volksmund kurz Alex genannt. Er ist nach dem russischen Zaren Alexander I. benannt.
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5 min to walk from your flat guys. Visit the TV-Tower and the most popular clock in Europe - The World Clock. There is big shopping center ALEXA or you need a cheap high quality clothes than visit T.K.MAXX.
There are different events going on on the actual square throughout the year, check online what is going on right now. The famous world time clock as well as the Alexander Tower are worth a visit and you can go shopping at the Alexa Mall right at Alexanderplatz.
"Alex" to Berliners, a cattle market in the Middle Ages, a military parade square and an exercise ground for nearby barracks until the mid 19th century - Alexanderplatz is the square named to honour Alexander I, Tsar of Russia, on his visit to Berlin in 1805. It was here that Alfred Döblin took the…
One of the most notorious places in the City of Berlin is just 35minutes away by bus. (Bus 200 or Bus 85 from Potsdamer Platz) Enjoy the authentic athmosphere of the place with its ancient world clock and the street concerts and jam sessions that take place occasionally. This is the place to enjoy…
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