Potsdamer Platz

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The personality of Potsdamer Platz has been divided in two by the course of history. In 1920 the square was the fulcrum of the city’s most vibrant and irreverent in Europe, where they were literary cafes, hotels, cabarets and where each day passed through so many tram, about 600, who once edited the first light of the world, beginning of the war, however, became the Potsdamer bleak no man’s land in the west of Berlin. In the second half of the 90s has resumed its revival and has become the largest building site in Europe which currently houses cinemas, offices, apartments and the International Film Festival of Berlin.

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