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Weltzeituhr, Berlin

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  • Behind the television tower, 1969 Inauguration of East German era Socialist construction is similar. Is giving off an eerie presence, makes us feel both antiquity and the future of the one and only. And loved by local people, from being used in the meeting place, singing street musicians under the clock. For views of the scenery from the next tram is also fun.
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  • Bit of an unusual spot, but worth a look! There doesn't seem to be much explanation on site, but very interesting to see the time all around the world.  more »
  • If it was already once here earlier (before 1989!), you might notice that some corrections have been made - the cities fit now to the time zones. But, I have read that the hour ring is powered by an old Trabi gear. I think this is the right mix of old and new! I think it's nice that the world clock is still a popular meeting place.
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  • Look good to take few picture, but not interest much and not lively.
  • Really like the idea, it even has my tiny little island on it which I found amazing.
  • Retracing my steps in Berlin is so challenging. For one, trying to remember the names of places and landmarks in German, with the so funky spellings. LOL. Like, when Jason Bourne wanted to meet Nicky in Berlin, he asked her to wait by the Weltzeituhr at Alexanderplatz. The what? Weltzeituhr, which is this structure here that displays time for various cities around the world.
  • Really cool clock. Didn't quite get it at first, but understood it later. I liked the model of the planets above as well.
  • Symbol of Berlin, the world time clock. It is located in one of the most symbolic squares of the city when it used to be the DDR.