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“Such an interesting landmark”
Review of Treptower Park

Treptower Park
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US$53.54*
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3-Hour Berlin Sightseeing Cruise Including Lunch...
Ranked #29 of 1,007 things to do in Berlin
Certificate of Excellence
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The place wows with it's sheer grandness and architectural planing. A landmark with aesthetics from a different time, but most definitely worth the visit.

Thank Erina B
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

The park is really wide and you can do many things in here. I went to see the Soviet statue and it’s surroundings. There were people sun bathing on the park, some playing football and kids playing as well.

Thank PetriKoo
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We came here first thing on a sunny morning and there wa sno one here except us in this peaceful and well kept memorial park. Wonderful period frescos and of course all those poor unknown soldiers. Difficult not to be moved by this

Thank AdrianH1967
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

A long S-Bahn journey out to the Treptow-Köpenick area of Berlin, this place rewards your effort with its grandeur and Communist-era vibe. The park is huge and never too full of tourists, and the Soviet Memorial, with its towering guardian figure is awe inspiring. The nearby observatory plays host to the world's longest refracting telescope, but I didn't get to check that out.

Nonetheless, the memorial and the park itself are the real draws - there are many open spaces where entire families can sit down and many quirky features and trails.

Pusckinallee itself is a very wide and imposing road which offers a feel of the old East Berlin, tree-lined and austere with some huge old houses along its stretch. Regardless of the (relatively) long trip out to this place, you have to give it a visit if you want to another side of this great, history laden city.

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

What can you say, how can you rate such a tragedy and overwhelming contribution from so many millions of innocent people. The park is predictably soviet in flavour but the contrast between the figure of the mother at one end, and her loss, and the hero at the other, if palpable in its imagery. The park is serene but dominant in the history it recalls. A must for anyone interested in WWII. It will impress even if you aren't particularly familiar with the history.

1  Thank Ian S
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