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The Brandenburg Gate, also known as Brandenburg Tor, is a must see tourist places in Berlin. Brandenburg gate has played a major role in the history of Berlin and Germany.

When the Berlin was divided among four nations after the second world war, Brandenburg gate was then situated near the Berlin wall and it was a gate to cross from East Berlin to the west Berlin.

Best time to visit Brandenburg Gate:

You can visit Brandenburg gate during any time of the day. But if you go there in the evening or the night. There is a carnival kind of feeling you get there. There will be professional photographers who would want you to talk your pictures.

Also, there will be couples roaming around and eating street foods. The best part to see in the Brandenburg gate is the yellow flood light which makes the gate almost shine in the night.

There is no entry fee there. There is also a metro station nearby, you can get down there and walk to the Brandenburg gate.

For more information about this place like visiting hours, entry fee, opening times, nearest metro station, please follow this link on Brandenburg tourism, Berlin.

Brandenburg Images:

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