Standing on the top floor of the 69-meter Victory Memorial Column, you can see Tilgato Park, which surrounds the monument. It is indeed a large green belt. The straight road ahead of me leads to the Brandenburg Gate. There is also a small museum in the Victory Column. This is the mini congressional center, so you can see the corners clearly.
The Victory Memorial Column is Berlin's iconic card-punching attraction. It can be seen from afar. The golden statue on the top of the tall tower is particularly striking. Under the tower is a museum. Around it is a city forest park. It's about 2 kilometers from Brandon Gate on foot.
In order to get on this victory Memorial pillar (Berlin's last journey) and then go to pick up luggage on the way to the subway stop, bus stop. And Julie rushed to the place where the luggage was stored to see Julie leave. She was sitting on the ground shielding the whole world for 10 minutes, picked up the mobile phone and was about to hit the stone. As a result, I saw that she was waving everything just amazing scenery compared to a thrilling journey maybe root. It's not worth mentioning.
The victory Memorial pillar was built in 1873 to celebrate the victory of the Pudan War in 1864. It is 69 meters high. On the top of the memorial pillar is a gold-plated bronze statue of Victoria, the goddess of victory. The Victory Memorial Column is located on the central island of Tilgaten Park, the largest green lung in central Berlin. It is connected to the surrounding radial road through underground passages. At the bottom of the memorial pillar, you can visit a small exhibition about the history of the memorial pillar. After some climbing, the viewing corridor on the top of the pillar can view Berlin 360 degrees. Close view is the dense forest of Tilgaten Park. Outside the forest, there are many landmarks of Berlin, such as TV Tower, Brandenburg Gate, Cathedral and so on.
The commemorative pillar made of artillery barrels is a concentrated commemoration of the history of the German war. The spiral staircase inside leads up to the highest level of the memorial pillar, along which there are all kinds of cultural marks, overlooking the road radiating around Wujiao Square from the height. The direction of the gold-plated goddess on the top is the Brandenburg Gate, which witnesses the historical changes of Germany. It's about 20 minutes'walk from Brandenburg Gate and 5 euros' pass. The commemorative pillar made of artillery barrels is a concentrated commemoration of the history of the German war. The spiral staircase inside leads up to the highest level of the memorial pillar, along which there are all kinds of cultural marks, overlooking the road radiating around Wujiao Square from the height. The direction of the gold-plated goddess on the top is the Brandenburg Gate, which witnesses the historical changes of Germany. It's about 20 minutes'walk from Brandenburg Gate and 5 euros' pass.
In the Jewish Monument Cycle "Pleasant Sadness" eating Hamburg at Silicia Gate Station under Oberbaum Bridge, the background of the accidental album cover photo was found in the Berlin Wall Cycle "Outside the Wall Landscape". Unfortunately, all the Western walls you photographed have been painted white from the Brandenburg Gate to the Victory Memorial Column and have been circulating "Everyone" unintentionally punching but everywhere is full of surprises.
The height of the Monument to Victory is countable among the monuments and historic buildings in Berlin. The golden statues of the goddess are dazzling, but the traces of battle can still be seen in the buildings around it. In a nearby park, there are bronze statues of Mao Qi and Bismarck, heroes in the eyes of the German people.
At the center of Tilgaten Park, the Berlin Memorial Column is built to commemorate the victory of the Danish Battle in Prussia. It is golden in color and has a statue of the Goddess of Victory at the top. Boarding the memorial pillar overlooks Berlin and Brandenburg Gate. If you have time, you can stroll in Tiergaten Park.
A famous monumental building in Berlin, Germany. It was built in 1864 to celebrate Prussia's victory in the Pudan War. By the opening ceremony on September 2, 1873, Prussia defeated Austria and France in the Pudong War (1866) and the Prussian War (1870-71), giving new meaning to the statue. Unlike the original plan, Victorian bronze sculptures were added to the so-called victory in the so-called unified war, which was 8.3 meters high and weighed 35 tons.