Germany is a very famous country and a power. Presumably everyone knows more or less about this country. It is because everyone knows this country. Today, I will not tell you that it is so famous. Let’s tell you about a street in Germany, and then look down.
Extended from Brandonburg Gate to the east, until the palace bridge, the center of the old city of Berlin -Bodhi Tree. This approximately 60 -meter avenue, whenever the summer comes, will become the most beautiful and elegant tree -lined avenue in the city. The street was originally built for the Royal Hunting Team to Tirjato Park. Later, the Bodhi and walnut trees were planted along both sides of the street, and many important buildings were built. After World War II, the Bodhi Tree was destroyed by the war, and it once became a bunch of rustic ruins. Until the collapse of the Berlin wall, the roads and buildings on both sides were repaired and rebuilt, which became a must -visit place for Berlin today. The embassies of various countries, the Adon Hotel, the Deutsche Bank, the National Opera House, the University of Humboldt, the Royal Royal Library, the German History Museum, the New Pavilion and Museum Island. The new and old buildings on both sides of the road and different styles have a unified and harmonious beauty. The car and the carriage are in parallel on the Bodhi tree
The Bodhi tree under the bodhi tree in the winter, lacking green and shame, a little bit of small taste
Bodhisuke Avenue in the night, the lit is wrapped around It is very Christmas.
Architect Karl Friedrich Schinkel combines different buildings on both sides of the Bodhi Avenue to create a unified beauty.
I found e · T alien! It turned out to be the waxing museum of Mrs. Tussain in Berlin
Bodhi Tree’s Avenue along the south of the road, there are two shops that cannot be missed. One is a Berlin tourist souvenir shop , A lot of shops in the store are complete. The other is a “traffic signal villain” specialty store. In Berlin’s tourist souvenirs, in addition to Berlin Wall fragments, the most distinctive souvenir is this red and green traffic signal villain. If you look closely, it is not difficult to find that the traffic signal lights at the intersection of each pedestrian passage are all flashed by the flashes of the red and green lights. This was designed deliberately as early as East Germany, in order to educate pedestrians to abide by traffic rules. After the unity of the two virtues, it was retained because of the vivid and cuteness of the logo, and it has even become a favorite tourist souvenir.
Berlin’s travel souvenir shop, black classic old convertible, full of Berlin mascot -bear puppets.
Bodhi Avenue is the aorta of Berlin. Strolling in the context of this city, walking in history, the monument of the war, ancient architecture, historical ruins, libraries and museums, and the museums. And the bronze statue of the Frederick Great in the middle of the road, all of them are people who have passed.Silently murmured their past.
Around the bronze statue of Emperor Frederick, the south was Bebelplatz, which was called “theater square” in the south. On the west side of the square is the Baroque-style old Royal Library (Alte K? Nigliche Bibliothek), which is close to the southeast corner of Sankt-Hedwigskathedrale. The architecture was the first and the only Roman Catholic Church in Berlin and the only Roman Catholic Church before 1854.
This less eye -catching square has staged an extreme tragedy -the Nazi Burning Book Incident in 1933! Later, people established a underground library monument here and named “empty bookshelf”. Through the glass on the center of the square, you can see the rows of bookshelves below.
Staatsoper on the east side of the square is renovating. To the north of the road, the east of the street is the main building of Humboldt University (HUMBOLDT University? T), the Neue Wache and the Deutsches Historisches Museum.
Humboldt University is the oldest university in Berlin, and the original body is the palace built by Prince Hainrich of Fredrich. There are many students who teach and graduate here, such as Albert Einstein, and Marx and Engels who are studying here.
It is the statue of the German educator Alexander von Humboldt. There is a famous saying on the front wall of the main building of the university: u0026 quot; philosophers only give the world different explanations, but the important thing is to change the world u0026 quot;
The academic taste near Humboldt University is full of academic tastes. Not only are there old national libraries and old royal libraries, but there are also book stalls at the door all year round. In the past, people stopped and read.