Berlin centre map
Berlin city centre map. Berlin centre map (Germany) to print. Berlin centre map (Germany) to download. The centre of berlin has its own architectural symbol and war-memorial church—St. Nicholas Church (Nikolaikirche), dating from about 1200. Only the red-brick shell of Berlin oldest building remained standing after a bombing attack during World War II, but restoration was completed in 1987, the 750th anniversary of Berlin founding. The church (see berlin centre map), capped by two steeples, serves as the centrepiece of the old city enclave, the St. Nicholas Quarter (Nikolaiviertel), which includes replicas of townhouses from three centuries.
The east Central of berlin centre map, includes the neighborhoods Friedrichshain, Kreuzberg, Prenzlauer Berg, currently the hippest neighborhoods in Berlin, residents are largely young, artists and Turkish immigrants. There are many bars and cafes and independent, trendy shops in this berlin centre area. These districts of berlin are undergoing rapid gentrification which has borough on resistance and a changing crowd.
Berlin central area (as its shown in berlin centre map), conveniently called Mitte, or ‘middle’, encompasses many of berlin tourist hubs, including Alexanderplatz, Potsdamer Platz, the Nikolaiviertel and Unter den Linden. In berlin you will find a heady mix of sights (Brandenburger Tor, Reichstag, TV Tower) alongside a buzzy blend of shops, cafés, restaurants and clubs that are more or less equally split between the touristy and the trendy.