Berlin topographic map
Map of berlin topographic. Berlin topographic map (Germany) to print. Berlin topographic map (Germany) to download. The highest elevations in Berlin topographic map are the Teufelsberg and the Müggelberge, both of which have an elevation of about 377 feet (115 meters). The Teufelsberg is a pile of rubble from the ruins of World War II. Substantial parts of present-day Berlin extend onto the low plateaus on both sides of the Spree Valley. Large parts of the topographic boroughs Reinickendorf and Pankow lie on the Barnim plateau, while most of the boroughs Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf, Steglitz-Zehlendorf, Tempelhof-Schöneberg, and Neukölln lie on the Teltow plateau of berlin.
Until the “peaceful revolution” of 1989, the most notorious feature of berlin topographic map was the Berlin Wall, erected by the East German communist government in 1961 to stop free movement between East Berlin (and indeed East Germany) and West Berlin. The topographic boundary between East and West Berlin and the boundary between West Berlin and East Germany, for a combined length of 103 miles (166 km), were closed until 1989 by a solid ring of barriers, consisting mostly of prefabricated concrete slabs.