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Lustgarten Square


7 reviews of Lustgarten Square


The name name Lustgarten means leisure gardens. It is a park situated on the Museum Island, near where once stood the town hall of Berlin. The garden was then part of the palace and was used for military parades and rallies. The site was created in the sixteenth century as a part of the palace of the kings of Prussia. The gardens were formalized in the seventeenth century before being converted to an army camp in the eighteenth century. Now it is surrounded by museums, built during the golden era of the kingdom of Prussia. The place was almost completely destroyed during World War II. On one side

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Romantic garden next to the cathedral


From the center of Berlin was the cathedral, cross the bridge Schlossbrucke or Castillo and do nothing else and you will see this lovely garden surrounding the cathedral. On sunny days many families and young people lie on the grass, but during the winter it's most photogenic, children continue going to their schools and have morning excursions of undeniable beauty.


Beautiful square

In my opinion, one of the most beautiful squares in Berlin. It is very big, a real garden, and surrounds the facade of the Cathedral and the famous Berlin Altes Museum. It's where Berliners come with their children, sunbathing or playing with their dogs while tourists take pictures and have a hot dog. Near the Altes Museum is an impressive pile of stone on which is worth stopping for. Alive both day and night, one of the places that will remind you of Berlin for its beauty, animation and breadth ... Usually there is good weather when I visit ;)!

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