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In the 1970s, Alexanderplatz became an experiment in socialist urban aesthetics. The square is the home to the World Time Clock, a continually rotating installation that shows the time around the globe and Hermann Henselmann’s Haus des Lehrers.
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A couple of Starbucks, a department store, a primark, a TKmaxx, a big square of concrete, a fountain that has no water. That pretty much sums up Alexanderplatz. Berlin (the old East side) does not do public squares very well.
Akexanderplatz is an excellent place to stay while staying in Berlin with everything you need. You can travel around the city for 7€ for a day ticket or 2.60€ for a single journey. Plenty of places to eat and drink and beware of the trams.
Alexanderplatz is a must see attraction in Berlin as recommended by guide books and online websites. Well I was there last night 01/03/2019 ~ 1900 hrs. Its like any big plaza full of shops that you'll find in any large city. However One thing sticks...More
Central Berlin and a jumble of concrete blocks a real throwback to East Germany.Now full of chain stores....usual suspects like Decathlon,Macdonalds,TK Max.....
Not much to like here but visit to get a sense of how the high rise flats looked like before the wall came...More
This looks a bit dated however if you like shopping and fancy a change from sightseeing then this is the place to go. There are lots of shops and places to eat nearby. Worth a visit for a couple of hours