Nice to walk along this street with typical DDR buildings. Start at Warschauer Strasse to end near Alexander Platz
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If you want to see a show-piece of the Soviet era, simply view the buildings on Karl Marx Allee across the major 2 mile stretch (as well as the area around it). The buildings are a stark reminder of the very drab architecture of the...More
If I have well understood, this very long and very wide avenue has been built by the Russians after 1945. There isn't much to see but this transport you really in Russia. Big dull buildings. I have appreciated the style, my kids less. Unfortunately, it's...More
As soon as we got out of the U-Bahn there was a lady behind my husband, lurking and clearly trying to pick-pocket. The architecture was interesting and it was worth taking a wander down here however it felt very deprived in places with large groups...More
It's a street with much of the Soviet and DDR buildings remaining. More interesting to me for its historic signifance than for its current appeal.
It's an interesting street that shows the wedding cake buildings popular in East Berlin before the wall fell.
Stunning soviet era architecture with a cinema, cafe, u-bahn station and a u-bahn station The scale is incredible and the vista towards Friedrichschain one way and Alexanderplatz the other is perfect
Karl Marx Allee has to be one of Berlin's most famous boulevards and is without a doubt the most breathtaking. A superb socialist boulevard built in the former G. D. R. The street is 90 meters wide and 2 kilometres long and flanked by stunning...More
Ok. Let's get some perspective. It's just a street. It's got apartments in. But wow. I thought the communist layout and architecture were fantastic, as well as the fountain half way along. From the Khrushchev prefabs nearer Alex Platz to the magnificent Stalin architecture as...More