Wilhelm Von Humboldt University
Wilhelm Von Humboldt University - Founded by Prussian philosopher Wilhelm von Humboldt, government functionary, diplomat and founder of the University of Berlin.
During the 'Cold War' Checkpoint Charlie used to be one of the most famous border crossings in the world. Nowadays it is a major tourist attraction in Friedrichstraße, Berlin, Germany.
Berlin Rush Hour
Rush hour traffic streams across the Mühlendamm bridge towards Alexanderplatz in the centre of the German capital Berlin.
The River Spree, running alongside the Nikolaiviertel, leads towards the historical landmark of Berlin Cathedral.
Bridge Over The Spree
The Roßstraßenbrücke bridge at dawn, as the first rays of the sun reflect off the dome of the Fernsehturm (TV Tower), the German capital city of Berlin wakes to another warm and sunny day.
The Reichstag Berlin
Severely damaged during the second world war, the Reichstag was fully restored after the reunification of Germany and now houses the Bundestag.
Berlin Tourist Bus
People sit on the top deck of one of the many 'Hop On, Hop Off' buses that are a major tourist attraction in the German capital of Berlin.
The Brandenburg Gate is an 18th-century neoclassical landmark monument situated to the west of Pariser Platz in the western part of Berlin.
Early morning commuters depart one of the frequent metro (U-Bahn) trains at Märkisches Museum in the centre of the German capital of Berlin.
The view from the Fernsehturm, or TV Tower, with Berlin Cathedral (Berliner Dom) in the forground, leading to the Brandenburg Gate in the background.