Memorial Site Leistikowstrasse (KGB Prison)
Now a memorial site, Potsdam's central remand prison for Soviet Counter Intelligence – colloquially known as KGB prison – is a...
The neoclassical Marble Palace was built in 1792 as a summer residence for Friedrich Wilhelm II by Carl Gotthard Langhans (of Berlin’s...
Meierei im Neuen Garten
The Berlin Wall once ran right past this brewpub that's especially lovely in summer when you can count the boats sailing on the...
Im Neuen Garten 11 · interesting places nearby
Schloss Cecilienhof information
This rustic English-style country palace was completed in 1917 for crown prince Wilhelm and his wife Cecilie but is really more famous for hosting the 1945 Potsdam Conference where Stalin, Truman and Churchill hammered out Germany’s postwar fate. The conference room, with its giant round table, looks as though the delegates just left.