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Belvedere on Pfingstberg © TMB picture archive/Ehn
Potsdam Night of the Palaces © TMB picture archive/SPSG
Sailing boat near Church of the Redeemer © TMB picture archive/Ehn
Belvedere on Pfingstberg © TMB picture archive/Ehn
Potsdam Night of the Palaces © TMB picture archive/SPSG


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Cecilienhof Palace, conference hall © SPSG / Foto: Wolfgang Pfauder

World history was written in the summer of 1945 at Potsdam's Cecilienhof Palace. Here, following the end of combat operations in Europe, the top level representatives of the three main WWII allies met to discuss Europe's reorganization and Germany's fate. The permanent exhibition can be seen at an authentic location in all of the palace rooms. more...

Villa Schöningen, Photo: Nosche

The Villa Schöningen is situated at Glienicke Bridge – at the interface between Berlin and Potsdam, between East and West where agents used to be exchanged during the Cold War. The permanent exhibition deals with the historical significance of Glienicke Bridge. It lets the visitor experience the drastic border situation between the GDR and the FRG. more...

My Fair Lady © HL Boehme

Since its 1956 Broadway premiere in New York, "My Fair Lady" has been among the most performed musicals of all times. Eliza Doolittle, a dustman’s daughter, is making a living by selling flowers on the street. Henry Higgins, a professor of phonetics is oddly fascinated by her vulgar accent, claiming that within 6 months he would turn Eliza into a lady. more....

Brandenburger Tor © TMB-picture archive/Bach

This walking tour leads you through Potsdam’s historical centre. Passing the city canal you will visit Potsdam’s most beautiful square, the New Market with the royal carriage stable. Then continue on to the Old Market with the Nikolai Church, the Old Town Hall, and the Potsdam City Palace (Stadtschloss), functioning as the Parliament's seat. more...

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