Britta's Letters from (and sometimes about) Berlin
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Showing posts with label Berliner Funkturm. Show all posts

Thursday, 27 October 2016

Berlin in Five Minutes - SWEET!


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Dear You, 
You came over by aeroplane to Berlin. You are in a hurry, maybe you have to attend a conference - so there is not much time for sight-seeing?
Here is my sweet solution!
In 1918 the family "Wilhelm Rausch jun." started to produce chocolate for their "Private-Confiserie". .  Just follow your nose - the scent of chocolate - and lots of people - hurry to the Gendarmen-Markt in Berlin Mitte. Open the door to the biggest chocolate shop paradise of the world.
And here you can see (almost) all important buildings in five minutes -  created in chocolate!

The Kaiser-Wilhelm-Gedächtniskirche:  

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The Reichstag:  

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 The Berlin TV Tower: 

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The Brandenburger Tor:  

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But be careful and don't overeat, 

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though you might be tempted (this is only a little snippet of the truffle section): 

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The results of too much indulgence you see here - the Berliner Bär could not resist! 

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