Hitler’s Bunker, Berlin, Germany
The site of Hitler's Bunker or Fuehrerbunker is covered by a car park. Information signs mark the spot where the Fuehrer shot himself on 30th April 1945.
Moltke Bridge, Berlin, Germany
The Moltke Bridge spans the River Spree in Berlin, Germany. Completed in 1891, it was the scene of fierce fighting between German and Soviet troops in 1945.
Invalid’s Cemetery, Berlin, Germany
The Invalid's Cemetery is one of Berlin's oldest burial grounds. Many senior figures are buried here. It was the Prussian Army's traditional resting place.
Dorotheenstadt Cemetery, Berlin, Germany
Dorotheenstadt Cemetery is a Protestant burial ground in Berlin, Germany that dates back to the 18th century. It stands next to the house of Bertolt Brecht.
Politicians Memorial, Berlin, Germany
The politicians memorial next to Berlin's Reichstag Building commemorates those members of the Reichstag murdered because of their opposition to the Nazis.
Soviet War Memorial, Tiergarten, Berlin, Germany
The Soviet War Memorial in Berlin's Tiergarten in the centre of the city is one of many poignant reminders of the sacrifices made during World War Two.
Holocaust Memorial, Berlin, Germany
The famous Holocaust Memorial, Berlin, Germany is known as the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe. It is a powerful sculpture in the heart of the city.
Memorial to Persecuted Homosexuals, Berlin, Germany
The Memorial to Homosexuals Persecuted Under Nazism stands on Ebertstrasse, on the edge of the Tiergarten, Berlin near to the famous Holocaust Memorial.