Berlin, Berlin

Markus Müller-Tenckhoff 


Walking tours, tours by coach, comfort walks, presentations, boat tous and lectures, writer of tours, translations and german language lessons, virtual tours and training. 


Berlin Historical: from Gendarmenmarket to the Island of Museums  - "The Grand Filet".

Berlin New: from Potsdamer Platz to the Reichstag building - not just steel & concrete.

The division & the reunification: "pleasure and pain" from the Brandenburg Gate along the former border wall strip to Checkpoint Charlie.

1961 August 13th: the day when the wall came up - a walk from Prenzlauer Berg along Bernauer Street to the Berlin Wall Museum.

The Friedrichstrasse: from Hallesche Gate to the Oranienburg Gate - dense history like nowhere else in the city.

The Kurfuerstendamm: from house number 11 along the amazing boulevard into the side street and back into time of Berlins' "Belle Epoque".

The Nollendorfplatz: Nollendorf Square "coming out and going out" of the rainbow community in Berlin-Schoeneberg.

Kottbusser Tor: what is going on at "Kotti" (Kottbuss Gate) in Kreuzberg 36? "tough but fair" and so multicultural!

The Kollwitz Platz: tenements and civic movements in "Prenzelberg" around the Kollwitz Square - new charm & chic of the nouveau rich.

Spandauer Vorstand & the Scheunenviertel (the former area of barns): established trends with Berlin Chic - Jewish history near to the Hackesche Market.

The Bavarian Quarter in Berlin-Schoeneberg: signs of remembrance in the socalled former "Jewish Switzerland" and the area of political activity in "Westberlin-times".

The Savigny Square: meeting point for insiders mixing with the locals in Charlottenburg - open minded and cosmopolitan with a noble taste for cuisine & literature.

The Oberbaumbruecke (the Oberbaum Bridge): the former border crossing of East & West-Berlin is the bridge between Kreuzberg & Friedrichshain and attractive than ever before and so trendy next to the "Media Spree" & the East Harbour.

Berlins Nightlife: variety of bars, pubs, clubs and lounges - diversity of the residents and their guests. 

  The Palace Square: life of Frederick the Great and the Humboldt Forum.  

The Karl-Marx-Allee: built from ruins and with passion 


The Nikolai Quater - Berlins Cradle
The Gendarmenmarket
The Paris Square with the Brandenburg Gate
The Alexander Square with the World-Time-Clock
The Hackesche Market & its courtyards
The Viktoria-Luise-Square in Berlin-Schoeneberg
The Museums Island (UNESCO)
The Checkpoint Charlie
The Berlin Wall Museum 
The Potsdamer Square
The Square of the Republic infront of the Reichstag building


Kreuzberg (approx. 217 ft)
Reichstag Building (glas cupola approx. 154 ft)
Radio Tower - Funkturm (approx. 377 ft)
Bell Tower by the Qlympic Stadium (approx. 243 ft)
Teufelsberg "Devil's Mountain" (approx. 394 ft)
TV Tower - Fernsehturm (approx. 669 ft)
Kollhoff high-rise building at Potsdamer Square (approx. 295 ft)


Garden and park of Charlottenburg Palace
Schoenhausen Palace  (license)
New Wing of Charlottenburg Palace -  Neuer Fluegel (license)
Garden and park of Sanssouci Palace in Potsdam town (license)
Park of Glienicke Palace (near to the "Bridge of Spies")
Alte Nationalgalerie - Old National Gallery
Maerkische Museum (license)
Museum and collection Berggruen
Pergamon Museum (license)
Topography of Terror (outside)
Memorial former KZ Concentration Camp Sachsenhausen (license)
Memorial Ploetzensee
Wall Memorial in Bernauer Strasse (outside)


Speaker on the topic of "working conditions"

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