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Fernsehturm Berlin
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Berlin TV Tower: Fast View

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Berlin TV Tower: Fast View + Window Seat Restaurant

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Berlin TV Tower: Highest Breakfast

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Berlin TV Tower: Panorama Dinner

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About: Berlin TV Tower

Berliner Fernsehturm, also known as the Berlin TV Tower, was constructed in the 60s by the administration of the German Democratic Republic (GDR). Standing at 368 meters-high, it's the tallest structure in Germany and easily visible throughout most of Berlin.

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Berlin TV Tower
1A, Panoramastrasse, 10178, Berlin
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