Ascend to an iconic vantage point Largely owing to World War II, Berlin’s architecture has a fascinating range, from the historical to high modernism and more controversial postmodern projects. A visit to the Reichstag, the home of the German Parliament, provides the perfect overview.
Berlin is the largest city and capital of Germany. The history of Jews in Berlin can be traced all the way back to the 13th century. Early History Return & Growth of the Jews Toward the Holocaust Post-Holocaust Developments Tourist Sites & Culture Today Jewish Contacts. Early History. Jews first arrived in Berlin at some point in the 13th century.
Grunewald Grunewald is just the right place for a good long walk. An area of woodland covering around 30 square kilometres in the southwest of Berlin, Grunewald is a forest of beech, oak and pine trees that provides a vital habitat for plants and animals and offers visitors a delightful setting in which to relax.