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Köpenick Museum, Berlin: 3 reviews and 15 photos
The original Müggelturm was a built in 1889 and was built out of wood and in the shape of a Chinese Pagoda. It was a popular place of visit and survived both world wars but unfortunately it burnt down in 1958. The present tower was opened on the 30th December 1961 and is built out of concrete. It is 29 metres in height, has 9 floors with a viewing platform on the top. It stands on the Kleiner Müggelberg which gives it extra height and marvellous views of Berlin and the surrounding countryside. A restaurant was built next to the tower. Unfortunately the tower has not been well looked after and requires major repairs. The same fate has occurred to the restaurant which has been close and fenced off. To access the tower you have pay an admission fee to the café who will provide you with a key to the tower entrance door.
Address: Müggelberg 1, Köpenick
Directions: Catch the S3 to Köpenick & then the X69 bus.
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