All over Berlin, you'll see nostalgic picture postcards showing how beautiful the city looked a century ago - before being bombed to bits during the Second World War. Mexicoplatz is a living reminder of how pretty this 750 year-old city used to be. The square is adorned with dozens of graceful buildings, erected between 1905-10 in the "country house style" that was all the rage at the time. The main attraction is one of Berlin's most attractive Jugendstil (Art Nouveau) buildings, the entrance hall of the S-Bahn station, which survived the War virtually unscathed.
Attractions & Landmarks
- Nearest Train: Mexikoplatz: S1