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Rotes Rathaus, Berlin
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  • The building seems to be majestic, but in the city of cranes, the works of the new metro limited visibility. Will provide for two years for completion.
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  • Unfortunately the building was in use and closed when we were there, so unable to look inside. Also unfortunately again most of Berlin around Unter den Linden and the Rotes Rathaus is a construction s...  more »
  • The Town Hall of the former East Berlin. To the front is still working on the subway, but the inside is very nice. Go therefore to the inside.
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  • That's the building there all the important things are decided. A nice building but nothing more. Lots of traffic here.
  • My first impression of Berlin is pretty lifeless and dull. The city itself isn’t very pretty, not in the classical way you would think of European imperial cities. After all, Berlin has been bombed to bits and as soon as WWII ended, it was flung directly into the Cold War. Everywhere I go, there are cranes and construction sites building, restoring, transforming. There are still pockets of beauty, like Nikolaiviertel, the Museum Island, this building, the Rotes Rathaus. The Rotes Rathaus, the City Hall of Berlin in its unmistakable red facade. It’s just right across from Nikolaiviertel so it’s not that far to explore.The Rotes Rathaus is just a stone’s throw away from Alexanderplatz and you can see the Berliner Fernsehturm against the backdrop. Far and large though, I believe the real attraction of Berlin is in the underground anti-establishment youthfulness. From avant-garde art you glimpse from graffitis all over Berlin, to its exuberant nightlife, Berlin must be explored deeper into its roots.
  • Beautiful building and the city hall where the mayor is working. You can mostly go in and check out the entrance from the inside.
  • Berlin's city hall is quiet an impressive building, looking more like an Abbey.
  • beautiful building, open during the weekdays, unless there is a special event or so. the tower was inspired by a french cathedral (notre-dame de laon)