Central Station "Hauptbahnhof"
Central Station "Hauptbahnhof" – architectural highlight on the Spree
- Invalidenpark with Wall Fountain
- Invaliden Cemetery overlooking the Spree
- Dorotheenstädtische Cemetery – graves of the intellectual elite of Germany
- History Park – formerly Moabit Prison
- ULAP Park wildly overgrown steps
Architecturally, Berlin Central Station "Hauptbahnhof" is the largest tower railway station in Europe, as well as being the most modern and important railway hub. The rails cross each other from North-South and West-East and symbolise the growing together of Europe.
Originally, the Hamburger Bahnhof was the terminus of the railway route between Hamburg and Berlin. It commenced operation in 1846 and today is the only preserved railway building from this era. The national gallery of modern art "Museum der Gegenwart" in the Hamburger Bahnhof, which covers an exhibition area of 13,000 sqm, is one of the largest and most significant public collections of contemporary art in the world.
The permanent exhibition 'On the Trail of Life' at the Museum of Medical History on the grounds of the Charité Hospital (Campus Mitte) covers 300 years of medical history.