Bebelplatz, the site of the 1933 Nazi book burning incident, has a glass-covered underground empty bookshelf sculpture in the center of the square to commemorate. Well, the Nazis burned books. We burned books more than 2,000 years ago. We also changed our cultural destiny. It's the same.
Surrounding the bronze statue of Frederick the Great, to the south is Bebelplatz, formerly known as the Plaza de Theatre. To the west of the square is the Baroque Old Royal Library of Humboldt University (Alte K nigliche Bibliothek) and to the southeast corner is the Sankt-Hedwigskathedrale, part of which imitates the architecture of the Roman Pantheon. It is the first and only Roman Catholic Church in Berlin before 1854.
The vast square, the perfect environment, the great air and the natural environment, the perfect integration of the endless feeling is really cool.
The buildings around the square are full of Baroque style. The pictures are very beautiful.
Get out of the square. It's beautiful in the centre of Berlin.
Bebel Square is really good. Let's go and have a look.
The square is very nice and you can see the little white pigeon.
The Plaza itself is very common in the famous place of Nazi Sanskrit in history.