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The victory column was built in 1873 to celebrate Prussia's victory in the Franco-German War. It was moved to its present location in the Tiergarten in 1938. You can go to the top via 270 steps to see great views of Berlin.
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This column is in the middle of Grober Stern, which is right in the middle of the park. There is a lot of traffic going round the column so take the underpass under the traffic and come up in the middle of the roundabout. This...More
3euro each to go up to the top, which afforded brilliant views. Viewing platform is quite small, so be prepared to shuffle around people, if you're scared of heights, maybe avoid. Intricate mosaic work on the first level was the highlight, absolutely stunning.
The best part is there is an underground tunnel so you do not have to dodge cars in the massive traffic circle to get to the column. It's an impressive monument that we saw from the Reichstag Dome and walked through the Tiergarten to get...More
Great way to burn off food as you walk to the beautiful column.
The column itself is down a long major road that runs into the Brandenburg Gates. There is a cool park along the way with several memorials as well. After the long walk...More
I visited this place a couple of times while in Berlin. The first time, I stopped just opposite here when on the bike tour and we were given a history of the building. I then went back the next day and walked to the top....More
This monument draws your attention from the Brandenburg gate. I had to visit the shining gold statue and then found out I could go up and look out over the city. The views were amazing and the climb was very comfortable. Overall, a must do...More
This monumental column was originally built to commemorate the Prussian victory in the Danish-Prussian War, but by the time it was built, victories over Austria and France gave it additional meaning. At almost 70 metres high, the column is topped a glorious statue of winged...More
Re-situated to the middle of a roundabout in the 1930s by the Nazi era government, the Victory Column originally stood near the Reichstag. The monument is reached via tunnels under the busy roundabout. It has been beautifully restored. Entry fee is €3. On the ground...More