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Bundesministerium der Finanzen Berlin Tours and Tickets
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Prior to WWII, this building, one of the few survivors built by the Nazis, was the largest building in Germany. It housed the Luftwaffe, German Airforce, and by pictures in the Topography of Terror across the street, it appears to be the only building in Berlin not hit by
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one of the oldest building remained from the nazi era .. some of the most important decisions where taken inside
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At the time, the largest office building in Europe, and, as with most Nazi architecture, designed to intimidate, as well as impress. At the time, it formed a large part of the government district containing the Nazi government. I am surprised that it survived the almost total
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Considering how destructive the Allied bombing of Berlin was during the war it is remarkable that this building somehow survived intact. It is one of the few building built during the Nazi era which survives today, and perhaps that is why it is worth a quick stop as you explore
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The only oldest building in Berlin, which stands still till now without any damage from WWII. This was used to store food grains during the war, and thus govt. tried to protect it; whereas Allied forces wanted to preserve it to use it as a marker/map location from the planes to
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