Located in Alexanderplatz in the heart of eastern Berlin, this 1960s structure towers over the whole city. Built by communist authorities at the height of the Cold War, West Berliners cheekily christened the TV Tower "the Pope's revenge" because of the sparkling cross which appears on the pinnacle of the tower when the sun shines on it. Although regarded by many as an eyesore, the views from the top are hard to beat. The revolving Telecafè at 207 meters (680 feet) is a pleasant spot to stop for a coffee and a relaxing gaze over the city.
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- Nearest Train: S- und U-Bahn Alexanderplatz