Berlin's Brandenburg Gate is one of Europe's most recognisable monuments. Dating back to the 1700s, it was one of the only surviving structures in Pariser Platz after World War Two.
The Block of Women memorial stands in a small park next to Rosenstrasse in Berlin, Germany. It commemorates a momentous occasion in February 1943 when women stood up to the Nazi regime.
The German Resistance Memorial stands in the Bendlerblock on Stauffenberstrasse, Berlin. The courtyard was the site of the execution of those involved in the Valkyrie plot.
Renamed in 1947, Bebelplatz was once known as Opernplatz. Home to Humboldt University, the State Opera, and St. Hedwig's Cathedral, it was also the scene of a memorable Nazi event of 1933.
The Anne Frank Centre in Berlin dates back to 1994. Its current location in Hackescher Markt is in a historic building shared with the Otto Weidt Workshop for the Blind museum.
Alexanderplatz in Berlin is one of the world's most visited public squares and although it doesn't boast the same attractions as New York's Times Square, it is a must-visit attraction.
The Academy of Arts in Berlin returned to its former site on Pariser Platz in 2005. Parts of the World War Two era-buildings and a statue belonging to Albert Speer can still be seen.
The 1939-1945 Commonwealth Cemetery at Heerstrasse, Charlottenburg, Berlin is the final resting place of twenty men with connections to Northern Ireland.
Tandragee Golf Club dates back to 1911 when a private course was designed for the 9th Duke of Manchester. Play continued on the course throughout World War Two.