Brandenburg Gate

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During the Cold War, when the Wall divided the city in two, the Brandenburg Gate was located in No Man’s Land, but this port is far from just anyone, considering that the monument is a symbol of Berlin. 26 meters high, 56 wide, this majestic door is the only one left standing among the 18 that once allowed access to the city. These massive columns Berlin accompanied throughout its history: scenario favored by Hitler for parades and torchlight parades celebrating the Nazi Reich, with the rising of the famous Wall door he found himself halfway between East and West, between freedom and dictatorship.

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