I was in Berlin recently and took these photographs (last Saturday in fact). I felt sure these would already be posted on the forum, but there are so many corrupted threads where the photo links are no longer accessible I thought it worthwhile posting these up anyway. I was staying at the Hotel Adlon Kempinski, which is situated on the Unter den Linden next to the Brandenburgh Gates and from where I took the first photograph. You can see trees through/beyond the Brandenburg Gates and they are the start of the Berlin Tiergarten (from this direction anyway). The Reichstag is over to the right; second photograph. In the Tiergarten is a Burial and Memorial Site to more than 2,000 Russian soldiers who were killed in April/May 1945 during the Battle of Berlin. Remainder of photographs. Whilst I was there the RAF did their best to spoil the festivities, as a British 1,100LB bomb was unearthed: Berlin WW2 bomb defused after evacuation The picture in the link is of the main Railway Station in Berlin, which by coincidence I visited the following day. Another coincidence is that, on 1 February I flew out of London City Airport on a flight to Frankfurt, only to find out a few days later that a German 1,100LB bomb had been found in the water to one side of the runway (on 12 February): Airport shut as WW2 bomb found in Thames As Kenneth Williams said in Carry on Cleo; “Infamy, infamy, they’ve all got it in-for-me!” Enjoy the photographs... Best, Steve.