Ever wondered how was it living in a Soviet Union? Walking on this park really gasps the atmosphere!
Went on a beautiful sunny October day - there were very few people in the Soviet War Memorial and it felt really solemn. I didn't expect the Memorial to be so big and beautiful, and the trees that surround it really create an amazing ambiance. Ended up spending about an hour or so just sitting, enjoying the view and reading... More
Treptower Park is a very lovely place to spent some time. Most people already mentioned the Soviet memorial but the park itself is very big and also offers some other attractions like the "Insel der Jugend" (an isle which you can reach through a big bridge). In summer you can often enjoy concerts or festivals on the isle or you... More
The park was well kept. Better than when we visited 18 years ago. The eternal flames that used to burn on each corner of the square had gone. There were less weeds and the small hedges were well trimmed. We got off the train and walk along the river and through the woods to get to the Russian monument. It... More
Treptower Park is a very pretty park near the river. If you go there, don't miss the Soviet War Memorial. The memorial is very big, with this monumental soviet architecture. It was built in Berlin after the end of the war to commemorate 5,000 of the 80,000 Soviet soldiers who fell in the Battle of Berlin in April–May 1945. Its... More
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