With around 3.5 million inhabitants Germany’s capital is by far the biggest city of the country. The fact that nearly 15% of them are originally from a foreign country accounts for Berlin’s special charm. In difference to nearly every other European capital, Berlin is rather one of the cheaper cities to live in, but there is a huge difference between seperate districts.
Within a few minutes walk from the Brandenburg Gate you can reach the Reichstag, home of the Bundestag (German Parliament). With the relocation of all governmental affairs from Bonn to Berlin in 1999 the building was completely renovated and reopened. You can walk inside the glassy dome of the building for free. Around the Reichstag many governmental buildings have been sited, for example the Bundeskanzleramt (German Chancellery).
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