"Victory Column" Siegessaeule - Victory Column Tip by Jarra

Siegessaeule - Victory Column, Berlin: 69 reviews and 109 photos

  Victory Column
by Jarra

The Victory Column was erected at the request of Kaiser Wilhelm I to commemorate Prussia`s victory over France and Denmark. The huge, gold-covered statue of the goddess of victory sttod in front of the Reichtag until 1938. Those who brave the 285 steps that spiral up the column are rewarded with a wonderful view over the Tiergarten and much of Berlin.

Address: Straße des 17. Juni, Berlin-Tiergarten
Directions: U-Bahn: Hansaplatz, S-Bahn: Tiergarten, Bus 100
Phone: 391 29 61
Website: http://www.berlin.de/sehenswuerdigkeiten/3560160-3558930-siegessaeule.html

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  • Written Jan 2, 2005
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