DID YOU KNOW?
At the time of its dedication in 1905, the organ was the largest in Germany, with its 7269 pipes and 113 registers, distributed across four manuals and pedals.
After Napoleon’s defeat at the Battle of Waterloo, the Quadriga was triumphantly taken back to Berlin and was turned into a symbol of victory.
With its height of 368 metres, it is the tallest structure in Germany and the second tallest structure in the European Union.
The traditional rivalry between the Kreuzberg and Friedrichshain is played out in the annual "water battle", where residents from both areas.
“Berghain,” is a portmanteau taken from the final syllables of the names of the two districts that flank the location: Kreuzberg and Friedrichshain.
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