Originally built to be a symbol of peace, its location during the Cold War saw the Brandenburg Gate be associated with the division of the city. Thankfully after the fall of the Berlin Wall it became a strong symbol of the reunification. During the 18th Century the gate was the main entrance to the city and was part of a wall that encompassed the whole of Berlin. It is now the only remaining part of the wall and at 65.5m wide and 28m in height it has become a universal icon.
1 Pariser Platz, 10117.