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Karl-Marx-Allee

4.4/5
22 Reviews
Open Open 24 hours
Recommended Sightseeing Time: 2 hours
Address: Karl-Marx-Allee, Berlin, Germany

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This street is named after Marx's false, and it knows what it stands for. There are also sculptures of Marx and Engels on the street, although the time is long gone, and the past, the sculpture may have some time left the imprint, but it does not affect its solemn and the sense of meaning of the Chinese era. The environment is quiet, so people don't have to slow down, while watching Marx and Engels teachers quietly, will unconsciously think of the history of Marx once seen in history class, and his experience in the struggle for the cause of communism.

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  • UriusT
    UriusT
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    Only Stalinsky street in Berlin

    Only street that is truly Stalinsky, referring to classical architecture built during Stalin's regime. Stalin was the a terrible dictator, but as Soviet architecture goes it only got worse after he di...

    Reviewed on /Date(1609306762000+0800)/
  • andypK7677WG
    andypK7677WG
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    Socialist drabness in all its glory!

    Everyone should see this street to understand how socialism destroys beauty Just over 2 miles of drab grey conformity that reminds me of Russia in the early 1990s which I toured from top to bottom. T...

    Reviewed on /Date(1606011895000+0800)/
  • B1714D
    B1714D
    Belgrade, Serbia
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    East Berlin main street

    We actually just drove through this street in a taxi when heading to the Stasi museum. I was amazed how it looked exactly the same as in Soviet states. Our taxi driver explained it was one of the main...

    Reviewed on /Date(1587098485000+0800)/
  • Juanita B
    Juanita B
    Cheshire
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    The most interesting street in Berlin

    This is a must-see. A wide boulevard of grand buildings clad in glistening Meissen tiles, reminiscent of Moscow, together with several information boards detailing the history, architecture, etc. Walk...

    Reviewed on /Date(1584837320000+0800)/
  • Carol b
    Carol b
    Devizes, Wiltshire, England
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    Splendid and easy to find

    Take your time to walk this area and use different viewpoints to appreciate the architecture and the issues behind it

    Reviewed on /Date(1580105380000+0800)/

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