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.