Deeply experiencing the effects of the Cold War era, Berlin still carries traces of those times in many parts. Alexanderplatz, which is one of the biggest and most important places in the city, both politically, was engraved in the memories especially with the protest against the East German government in 1989. This event, which went down in history as Germany's largest protest, was identified with Alexanderplatz Square. In addition to its political importance, Alexanderplatz also has the distinction of being the largest square in Germany. Like many buildings in the city, the buildings and artifacts in the square were restored after the Berlin Wall came down. Alexanderplatz, one of the most energetic places in Berlin, which started to gain a dynamic structure rapidly after this period, welcomes its visitors with a very attractive appearance. You should definitely see the square, which is also famous as the meeting point of the Germans. It is also very close to Berlin Cathedral and