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Built in the Tudor style and set among extensive gardens, this was the last palace built by the German royal family before they were exiled after the First World War. The palace owes its fame to the Potsdam conference between the Soviet Union, United States...More
My wife and I were here on a GAte1 tour. This was an Optional Excursion that I've taken a second time, last time in 1998.
It is still very symbolic and historical to me, though of course, the impact isn't as great as it was...More
Imagine if the Walls could talk? Stalin, Truman, Churchill and countless other people who worked for these men. The history that took place in this "house" is amazing. The tour was good (it was in German, but we received an audio guide). Most if not...More
This is where the Potsdam Conference was held in 1945, after WWII.
It was built in tudor style in 1913-17, as the final Hohenzollern Palace and is an UNESCO World Heritage Site.
We had a tour inside with a guide to explain the history. The...More
Not only was Schloss Cecilienhof were designed and built in Tudor style but it took place when Germany and Britain was at war with each other at the turn of the century!
Every detail was exact from the chimneys (though most were fake and only...More
Cecilienhof is a stunning palace, styled like an old English Tudor house, where the Potsdam conference was held. The free audio guide is very informative and you can see the original table where Stalin, Churchill and Eisenhower sat during the conference.
A must both for people who enjoy visiting historical buildings and those interested in the Potsdam conference at the end of the second world war. The building is beautiful both on the outside and especially on the inside. You have to pay if you wish...More
Go to the information center outside of rail station to get a locate bus map, when you facing the station, on your right hand side. Take the bus in front of the station. This bus will pass several interesting location, you... More
Go to the information center outside of rail station to get a locate bus map, when you facing the station, on your right hand side. Take the bus in front of the station. This bus will pass several interesting location, you may take a look on the way or get off at the closest station and walk to there.