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The Brandenburg Gate is perhaps Berlin's most recognised historic landmark (Brandenburger Tor). It was once a sign of a divided nation, but it is now a symbol of peace and unity. In 1788, King Frederick Wilhelm II commissioned this massive Neoclassical gate, which was inspired by the Propylaea on the Acropolis of Athens. The 26-meter-tall sandstone monument is on Pariser Platz in the Mitte neighbourhood, just a block from the Reichstag building.
The Reichstag (Reichstagsgebäude) was built in 1894 and served as the seat of the German Empire's Imperial Diet until 1933, when it was destroyed by fire. It was not utilised again until after Germany's reunification, when it underwent a 10-year refurbishment before becoming the German Parliament's home in 1999.
Spree Island, also known as Museumsinsel, is a 400-meter-long waterway that connects the Spree and the Kupfergraben. It is one of the city's most important UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The Old Museum (Altes Museum), erected in 1830 to hold the Crown Jewels and other royal artefacts, is one of the city's oldest and most prominent museums.
The Pergamon, the most popular attraction on Museum Island, is also one of Berlin's most popular tourist attractions. The Middle East Museum, the Islamic Art Museum, and the Antiquity Collection are among the three main galleries, each of which occupies a wing of the massive structure.