From the Brandenburg Gate eastward to the Palace Bridge is the Bodhisattva Bodhisattva Avenue, the center of Berlin's old city. This avenue, about 60 metres wide, is transformed into the most beautiful and elegant Avenue in the city whenever summer comes. The street was originally built for the Royal Hunting Team's access to Tilgaten Park. Later, Bodhi and walnut trees were planted along both sides of the street, and many important buildings were built. After World War II, Bodhisattva Bodhisattva Avenue was destroyed by war and once turned into a ruin of rubble. Until the fall of the Berlin Wall, roads and buildings on both sides were restored and rebuilt, making it a must-see place in Berlin today. Embassies, Adelon Hotel, Deutsche Bank, National Opera House, Humboldt University, Old Royal Library, German History Museum, New Gangting Pavilion and Museum Island, etc. The new and old buildings on both sides of the road, with different styles, have a sense of unity and harmony. Cars and carriages run parallel to Bodhi Tree Avenue. In winter, the Bodhisattva Bodhisattva Bodhisattva Bodhisattva Bodhisattva Bodhisattva Bodhisattva Bodhisattva Bodhisattva Bodhisattva Bodhisattva Bodhisattva Bodhisatt The Bodhi Bodhisattva Bodhisattva Bodhisattva Bodhisattva Bodhisattva Tree in the night has a very Christmas flavor. E&T aliens were found along the way. It turned out to be Madame Tussauds Wax Museum in Berlin. There are two shops along the south of the road along the Bodhisattva Avenue. One is a tourist souvenir shop in Berlin. The shops with a large area have a wide range of goods. The other is the "traffic signal villain" store. In Berlin's tourist souvenir shop, besides the debris of the Berlin Wall, the most distinctive souvenir is this red-green traffic signal villain. If you look carefully, it is not difficult to find that each pedestrian crossing on the traffic lights, is a flashing traffic lights little sign. It was designed to educate pedestrians to obey traffic rules as early as in East Germany. After the reunification of Germany and Germany, the logo was retained because of its vivid and lovely features, and it has been used to this day, even become a lovely tourist souvenir.
Bodhisattva Avenue is located in the center of the old urban area of Berlin. It is the most famous and beautiful street in Berlin. It stretches eastward from Brandenburg Gate to Museum Island. On both sides of the road are dense shade trees and many famous buildings. The rows of chestnut trees and the evergreen Bodhisattva trees are in full swing. The breeze blows through the beautiful Bodhisattva. It has a romantic style. The whole Avenue is like a poem and the Bodhisattva trees are big. Street is also named for it...
This is a east-west street in the centre of Berlin, which is equivalent to Yan'an Middle Road in Shanghai. It has a wide road, one connecting Brandenburg and the other leading to Museum Island. Next to it is the famous Humboldt University and Beibel Square. The middle place and the North-South vertical intersection of Frederick Street. The point here is that Humboldt University and Bayer Square have time to turn around.
Bodhi Tree Street is the most concentrated tourist street in Berlin. On both sides of the street are shady Bodhi trees. It's really comfortable to walk underneath in summer. There are many souvenir shops on both sides of the street. The things are very good. It's very suitable to buy Berlin souvenirs here.
Berlin's famous Bodhisattva Street, known as the Champs Elysees in Germany, from the World Heritage Museum Island to the famous Brandon Gate, in addition to many tall shops, along the way there are many well-known buildings such as Humboldt University, Hotel Adlon, German Museum of History, etc., which have received celebrities such as Chaplin, Garbo and so on. It is worth visiting.
Walking in the sand, this section of the road may be because of the Bodhisattva tree, let people's heart also become quiet. All kinds of cafes along the way and the chain of Einstein Coffee make busy people want to stop in the afternoon sunshine and the strong aroma of coffee.
From the Museum Island bridge to Unter den Linden Street, along the way, you can see the German Museum of History, Humboldt Univ and so on. If you visit Schloss Sanassouci in Potsdam, don't forget that there is a riding statue of Frederick the Great on the street under the Bodhi Tree.
The famous streets of Berlin are also famous boulevards in Europe. Brandenburg Gate is a landmark building in Berlin. The Berlin Armory, the oldest building on Bodhisattva Avenue, was not visited due to the time relationship, but only rested in public space for a moment.