Walk under the Brandenburg Gate and you are sure to feel the impression of days gone by. The Gate has become a well known landmark in Berlin for its storied history and striking neoclassical architecture. Today, it's an essential symbol of Berlin's tumultuous past; Napoleon paraded triumphantly beneath it after defeating the Prussians, bullets and bombs pocked its surface during World War II, and the leaders of East and West Germany greeted each other under it after the fall of the Wall. Don't miss the last gate standing when visiting Berlin—it's definitely a must see.
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