Smart Materials 2019 Meeting & Hospitality
The “4th International Conference on Innovative and Smart Materials”, will be held in Berlin, Germany on July 25-26, Considering the top reasons to attend the Conference in Belin, Germany such as Partnerships, Organized Ruling system, World class Economy, Economic sectors, International Companies and Industries along with them Tourism is the most important aspect that must be considered in visiting Belin as it has many beautiful places such as
When the decision was made to move the Federal Government to Berlin, it was time to reawaken the Reichstag building from its long years of slumber on the Mauerstreifen, the military zone between the two sides of the Wall
Without a doubt, the Brandenburg Gate is Berlin's signature attraction. Built in 1791, it was just one of many old city gates around the city of Berlin
Berlin Television Tower (Fernsehturm)
The Berlin Television Tower, which is known to locals as the Fernsehturm, and is instantly recognisable from the distance, standouts of the skyline at 368m, making it the tallest building in Berlin.
The Gendarmenmarkt is one of the most stunning squares in the city, located close to Friedrichstraße, Berlin's exclusive shopping street in the central Mitte district
The Berlin Cathedral (Berliner Dom) with its magnificent dome is a remarkable example the of the late 19th-century architecture.
Extending all the way from the ruins of the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church on Breitscheidplatz to Berlin's elegant Halensee neighbourhood, the affectionately termed Kurfürstendamm is the most expensive address in the capital city
The magnificent Charlottenburg Palace is located just out of the centre of the city. The beautiful palace hosts fine collections of china and paintings
Berlin's Museum Island is one of the UNESCO world heritage sites and home to the city's most important exhibition centres
The Berlin Wall Memorial and Documentation Centre
The Gedenkstätte Berliner Mauer (Berlin Wall Memorial) is located between the districts of Wedding and Mitte on Bernauer Straße, consisting of the Memorial to the Victims of the Wall
Once the bustling heart of the city before the Second World War, then a no man's land from 1945 until the fall of the wall,