Tiergarten

Tiergarten

With an area of almost 500 acres, the Tiergarten is one of the largest inner-city parks in the world - and the district's namesake. The Berlin zoo is also located here.

  • Reichstag Building in the Fall© dpa
    A group of Spanish tourists in front of the Reichstag building.
  • View over Berlin© dpa
    A trip to the Reichstag dome.
  • Fall in Berlin 2018© dpa
    A man cleans the monument to Queen Luise on Luiseninsel in Tiergarten.
  • Café am neuen See© RN/BerlinOnline
    Café am Neuen See in Tiergarten
  • Summer in Tiergarten© www.enrico-verworner.de
    Elephant gate of the Berlin Zoo
  • Bellevue Palace© dpa
    Bellevue Palace in Tiergarten is the official residence of the Federal President of Germany
  • Potsdamer Platz© dpa
    The striking skyscrapers (r-l) Bahn Tower, Kollhoff Tower and Piano Tower at Potsdamer Platz form the gateway to the city center and are a sought-after photo motif for tourists.
  • Potsdamer Platz© dpa
    In the immediate vicinity of Potsdamer Platz lies the Canadian Embassy on Leipziger Platz.
  • Sony Center© dpa
    View of Sony Center with the Philharmonie in the background.
  • Philharmonie© dpa
    The Philharmonie in Tiergarten is a masterpiece of modern architecture.
  • Border Watchtower on Leipziger Platz© dpa
    The last remaining watchtower of the Berlin Wall is situated near Potsdamer Platzes. A private initiative is taking care of the preservation of the historic tower.
  • Tiergarten© Franziska Delenk
    Hofjägerpalais on Klingelhoferstraße
  • Tiergarten - Lützowviertel© Franziska Delenk
    Lützowviertel
  • Tiergarten - Lützowviertel© Franziska Delenk
    Potsdamer Straße

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