It's on Bodhi Tree Street in downtown Berlin. There are three large statues at the front door. Opposite is Beibel Square. The whole campus is not that big, but the buildings are very grand. The back door is on the Chonde Hou stables street. The back door is very quiet. There are two bus lines at the bus terminal. We went to college just in the summer vacation, but the student restaurants and bars were still very busy. Campus is open and accessible. Student clubs sometimes have performances. Next to it is the German Museum of History.
Humboldt University is the oldest university in Expolin. Its predecessor was the University of Berlin. So far, nearly 30 Nobel Prize winners have been born here. The entrance to Humboldt University is a large school square where students often gather and carry out various activities.
The famous Humboldt University, located on the Bodhisattva Street known as Champs Elysees in Germany, adjacent to the German National Library, is the largest university in Berlin. There are many famous scholars and 40 Nobel laureates, including Einstein, Marx, Hegel and so on.
Humboldt University in Berlin is a famous university in Germany. If you go to Berlin, you must visit it. In the history of Humboldt University in Berlin, 29 Nobel Prize winners, such as Hegel, Einstein and Marx, have been teaching or studying in this university. The seal of the main building hall is engraved with Marx's famous words.
Without Humboldt University, there would be no glorious German civilization. Humboldt University, founded in 1810, where Marx and Engels studied, gave birth to famous thinkers such as Hegel Schopenhauer and 29 Nobel Prize winners such as Einstein. To be honest, this campus is really small.
The Humboldt Scholarship is very famous in China. During this one-day tour to Berlin, I passed through Humboldt University. I heard the guide's introduction that this university has at least 30 Nobel Prize winners. It is the most famous university in Germany and has trained many elite talents for Germany and the world.
From the Brandenburg Gate, when we were approaching, there was a half-underground restaurant on the roadside. The locals had a meal on the street. We also experienced the local characteristics. At first, the buildings and courtyards opposite Humboldt University were mistaken for Humboldt University, which was very beautiful. Through the teaching building, you can see the courtyard inside, the environment is good, not too far, because the journey is relatively tight. In addition, toilets in universities charge a fee. McDonald's, Ka DeWe, railway stations and so on are all charged...
Supported by the state, the co-educational institutions of higher learning were founded by William Von Humboldt, then Minister of Education of Prussia, a famous German scholar and educational reformer. They were the first newly-established universities with a very glorious history and had a far-reaching impact on Europe and the world. Humboldt University of Berlin was selected as one of 11 German "elite universities" in June 2012.