Berlin

Berlin is Germany's capital and co-extensive with the Land of Berlin, one of the 16 federal states that make up the Federal Republic of Germany. With a population of 3.8 million, Berlin is Germany's biggest city.
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, literally meaning "the middle" and being a contraction of Stadtmitte, contains the historical heart of Berlin and represents in many ways the real centre of the city. Photo: Dnsob, Public domain.

is a trendy, bohemian, artsy area that consists of Kreuzberg, Friedrichshain, Prenzlauer Berg, Wedding and Gesundbrunnen. Photo: El passs, Public domain.

is the heart of former West Berlin and even after reunification it represents the main retail center of Berlin — all the best and most expensive shops are located here. Photo: Meho29, CC BY-SA 3.0.

The East is a district of Berlin. It consists of the boroughs Pankow, Lichtenberg, Hohenschönhausen, Marzahn and Hellersdorf. Photo: Dellex, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Notable Places in the Area

Tourist attraction
The is an 18th-century neoclassical monument in Berlin, built on the orders of Prussian king Frederick William II after the temporary restoration of order during the Batavian Revolution. Photo: Drrcs15, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Tourist attraction
The Berliner Fernsehturm or is a television tower in central Berlin, . Photo: Wikimedia, CC BY-SA 3.0 de.

Museum
The Pergamonmuseum is a listed building on the in the of Berlin and part of the UNESCO World Heritage. Photo: Raymond, CC BY-SA 4.0.

Tourist attraction
The is a museum complex on the northern part of the Island in the of Berlin. Photo: Der Wolf im Wald, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Destinations

is in the southeast of Berlin. Köpenick is known for its old town, its castle and the many lakes and forests.

is the sixth borough of Berlin, formed in Berlin's 2001 administrative reform by merging the former boroughs of and Zehlendorf. Photo: Pedelecs, CC BY-SA 3.0.

The northwest of Berlin consists of the boroughs of Spandau and Reinickendorf. Photo: Southgeist, CC BY 3.0.

are two districts in the central south of Berlin. Photo: Brücke-Osteuropa, CC0.

Localities in the Area

Suburb
is a locality in the borough of , Berlin, and was a separate borough in the north-western inner city until it was fused with Tiergarten and Mitte in Berlin's 2001 administrative reform. Photo: A.Savin, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Suburb
is a locality within the borough of , in central Berlin. Photo: Wikimedia, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Neighborhood
Photo: Assenmacher, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Berlin

Latitude
52.5186° or 52° 31' 7.1" north
Longitude
13.376° or 13° 22' 33.7" east
Population
3,600,000
IATA airport code
BER
United Nations Location Code
DE BER
Elevation
74 metres (243 feet)
Open­Street­Map ID
node 240109189
Geo­Names ID
2950159
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Also Known As

  • Abkhazian: Berlin
  • Abkhazian: Берлин
  • Achinese: Berlin
  • Adyghe: Берлин
  • Afar: Berlin
  • Afrikaans: Berlyn
  • Akan: Berlin
  • Albanian: Berlin
  • Albanian: Berlini
  • Amharic: በርሊን
  • Arabic: Berlin
  • Arabic: برلين
  • Arabic: برلين ألمانيا
  • Arabic: عاصمة ألمانيا
  • Arabic: مدينة برلين
  • Arabic: ولاية برلين
  • Aragonese: Berlín
  • Armenian: Բեռլին
  • Armenian: Բերլին
  • Armenian: Պերլին
  • Arpitan: Bèrlin
  • Asturian: Berlín
  • Avaric: Berlin
  • Avaric: Берлин
  • Awadhi: बर्लिन
  • Aymara: Berlin
  • Azerbaijani: Berlin
  • Bambara: Berlin
  • Bashkir: Берлин
  • Basque: Berlin
  • Bavarian: Berlin
  • Belarusian: Берлін
  • Belarusian: Бэрлін
  • Bengali: বার্লিন
  • Bengali: বের্লিন
  • Bhojpuri: बरलिन
  • Bhojpuri: बर्लिन
  • Bislama: Berlin
  • Bosnian: Berlin
  • Brahui: Barlin
  • Breton: Berlin
  • Bulgarian: Берлин
  • Burmese: ဘာလင်မြို့
  • Catalan: Berlín
  • Catalan: Estat de Berlín
  • Cebuano: Berlin
  • Central Bikol: Berlin
  • Central Kurdish: بەرلین
  • Chamorro: Berlin
  • Chavacano: Berlín
  • Chechen: Берлин
  • Cherokee: ᏆᎵᏂ
  • Chinese: Berlin
  • Chinese: 柏林
  • Chinese: 柏林市
  • Church Slavic: Бєрлинъ
  • Chuvash: Берлин
  • Cornish: Berlin
  • Corsican: Berlinu
  • Crimean Tatar: Berlin
  • Croatian: Berlin
  • Czech: Berlin
  • Czech: Berlín
  • Danish: Berlin
  • Dimli (individual language): Berlin
  • Dotyali: बर्लिन
  • Dutch: Berlijn
  • Eastern Mari: Берлин
  • Egyptian Arabic: بيرلين
  • English: Berlin (Germany)
  • English: Berlin, Germany
  • English: DE-BE
  • Erzya: Берлин ош
  • Esperanto: Berlino
  • Estonian: Berliin
  • Ewe: Berlin
  • Extremaduran: Berlín
  • Faroese: Berlin
  • Fiji Hindi: Berlin
  • Fijian: Berlin
  • Finnish: Berliini
  • French: Berlin
  • Friulian: Berlin
  • Fulah: Berlin
  • Gagauz: Berlin
  • Galician: Berlín
  • Gan Chinese: 柏林
  • Ganda: Berlin
  • Georgian: ბერლინი
  • German: Berlin
  • German: Berlin (Deutschland)
  • German: Berlin, Deutschland
  • German: Bundeshauptstadt Berlin
  • German: DE-BE
  • German: Land Berlin
  • German: Stadt Berlin
  • Gothic: 𐌱𐌰𐌹𐍂𐌻𐌹𐌽
  • Greek: Βερολίνο
  • Guarani: Berlin
  • Gujarati: બર્લિન
  • Haitian: Bèlen
  • Hakka Chinese: Pak-lìm
  • Hausa: Berlin
  • Hausa: Pelelina
  • Hawaiian: Pelelina
  • Hebrew: ברלין
  • Hindi: बर्लिन, जर्मनी
  • Hindi: बर्लिन
  • Hungarian: Berlin
  • Icelandic: Berlín
  • Ido: Berlin
  • Iloko: Berlin
  • Inari Sami: Berlin
  • Indonesian: Berlin
  • Ingush: Берлин
  • Interlingua (International Auxiliary Language Association): Berlin
  • Interlingue: Berlin
  • Inuktitut: ᐱᕐᓖᓐ
  • Irish: Beirlín
  • Italian: Berlin
  • Italian: Berlino
  • Jamaican Creole English: Boerlin
  • Japanese: ベルリン
  • Javanese: Berlin
  • Kabardian: Берлин
  • Kabiyè: Pɛrɩlɛɛ
  • Kabyle: Berlin
  • Kalaallisut: Berlin
  • Kalmyk: Берлин балһсн
  • Kannada: ಬರ್ಲಿನ್
  • Kannada: ಬೆರ್ಲಿನ್
  • Kara-Kalpak: Berlin
  • Kashubian: Berlin
  • Kashubian: Berlëno
  • Kazakh: Берлин, Біріккен Германия
  • Kazakh: Берлин, ГДР
  • Kazakh: Берлин
  • Khmer: ប៊ែរឡាំង
  • Kinyarwanda: Berlin
  • Kirghiz: Берлин
  • Komi-Permyak: Берлин
  • Komi: Берлин
  • Kongo: Berlin (kizunga)
  • Korean: 베를린
  • Kotava: Berlin
  • Kurdish: Berlîn
  • Kölsch: Berlin
  • Kölsch: Bälihn
  • Ladino: Berlin
  • Lao: Berlin
  • Latgalian: Berlins
  • Latin: Berolinum
  • Latvian: Berlīne
  • Lezghian: Берлин
  • Ligurian: Berlin
  • Limburgan: Berlien
  • Lingala: Berlin
  • Lingua Franca Nova: Berlin
  • Literary Chinese: 柏林
  • Lithuanian: Berlynas
  • Livvi: Berlin
  • Lojban: berlin
  • Lombard: Berlin
  • Low German: Berlien
  • Low German: Berlin
  • Lower Sorbian: Barliń
  • Luxembourgish: Berlin
  • Macedo-Romanian: Berlin
  • Macedonian: Берлин
  • Maithili: बर्लिन
  • Malagasy: Berlin
  • Malay: Berlin
  • Malayalam: ബെർലിൻ
  • Maltese: Berlin
  • Manx: Berleen
  • Maori: Pearīni
  • Marathi: बर्लिन
  • Mazanderani: برلین
  • Min Dong Chinese: Báik-lìng
  • Min Nan Chinese: Berlin
  • Mingrelian: ბერლინი
  • Mirandese: Berlin
  • Mongolian: Берлин
  • Moroccan Arabic: برلين
  • Moroccan Arabic: بيرلين
  • N'Ko: ߓߍߙߑߟߍ߲߫
  • Narom: Bèrlîn
  • Nauru: Berlin
  • Neapolitan: Berlino
  • Nepali: बर्लिन
  • Newari: बर्लिन
  • Northern Frisian: Berlin/sö
  • Northern Frisian: Berlin
  • Northern Luri: بئرلین
  • Northern Sami: Berlin
  • Norwegian: Berlin
  • Norwegian Bokmål: Berlin
  • Norwegian Nynorsk: Berlin
  • Novial: Berlin
  • Nyanja: Berlin
  • Occitan (post 1500): Berlin
  • Official Aramaic (700-300 BCE): ܒܪܠܝܢ
  • Old English (ca. 450-1100): Berlin
  • Oriya: ବର୍ଲିନ
  • Oromo: Barliin
  • Ossetian: Берлин
  • Pampanga: Berlin
  • Pangasinan: Berlin
  • Panjabi: ਬਰਲਿਨ
  • Papiamento: Berlin
  • Pennsylvania German: Berlin
  • Persian: برلین
  • Persian: برلین، آلمان
  • Pfaelzisch: Balin
  • Pfaelzisch: Berlin
  • Picard: Berlin
  • Piemontese: Berlin
  • Pitcairn-Norfolk: Berlin
  • Polish: Berlin
  • Pontic: Βερολίνον
  • Portuguese: Berlim
  • Pushto: برلين
  • Quechua: Berlin
  • Quechua: Berlín
  • Romanian: Berlin
  • Romansh: Berlin
  • Rundi: Berlin
  • Russia Buriat: Берлин
  • Russian: Берлин
  • Rusyn: Берлін
  • Samoan: Perelini
  • Samogitian: Berlīns
  • Sanskrit: बर्लिन
  • Santali: ᱵᱚᱨᱞᱤᱱ
  • Sardinian: Berlino
  • Sardinian: Berlinu
  • Saterfriesisch: Berlin
  • Scots: Berlin
  • Scottish Gaelic: Berlin
  • Serbian: Berlin
  • Serbian: Берлин
  • Serbo-Croatian: Berlin
  • Sicilian: Birlinu
  • Silesian: Berlin
  • Sindhi: برلن، جرمني
  • Sinhala: බර්ලිනය
  • Sinhala: බර්ලින්
  • Slovak: Berlín
  • Slovenian: Berlin
  • Somali: Baarliin
  • South Azerbaijani: برلین
  • Southern Sotho: Berlin
  • Spanish: Berlin
  • Spanish: Berlín
  • Sranan Tongo: Berlin
  • Sundanese: Bérlin, Jérman
  • Sundanese: Bérlin
  • Swahili: Berlin
  • Swedish: Berlin
  • Swiss German: Berlin
  • Tachelhit: Brlin
  • Tagalog: Berlin
  • Tahitian: Berlin
  • Tajik: Берлин
  • Tamil: பெர்லின்
  • Tamil: பேர்லின்
  • Tatar: Берлин
  • Telugu: బెర్లిన్
  • Tetum: Berlín
  • Thai: เบอร์ลิน
  • Tibetan: པེར་ལིན །
  • Tibetan: པེར་ལིན།
  • Tigrinya: በርሊን
  • Tok Pisin: Berlin
  • Tosk Albanian: Berlin
  • Tumbuka: Berlin
  • Turkish: Berlin
  • Turkmen: Berlin
  • Twi: Berlin
  • Udmurt: Берлин
  • Uighur: Bérlin
  • Uighur: بېرلىن
  • Ukrainian: Берлін
  • Upper Sorbian: Barlin
  • Upper Sorbian: Berlin
  • Urdu: برلن
  • Uzbek: Berlin
  • Venetian: Berlin
  • Veps: Berlin
  • Vietnamese: Berlin
  • Vietnamese: Béc-lin
  • Vlaams: Berlyn
  • Vlax Romani: Berlin
  • Volapük: Berlin
  • Võro: Berliin
  • Waray (Philippines): Berlin
  • Welsh: Berlin
  • Western Armenian: Պերլին
  • Western Frisian: Berlyn
  • Western Mari: Берлин
  • Western Panjabi: برلن
  • Wolof: Berlin
  • Wu Chinese: 柏林
  • Xhosa: I-Berlin
  • Yakut: Берлин
  • Yiddish: בערלין
  • Yoruba: Berlin
  • Yue Chinese: 柏林
  • Yue Chinese: 柏林市
  • Zeeuws: Berlijn
  • Zulu: IBerlini
  • Berline
  • Berlîṅ
  • Bɛɛlin

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