Potsdamer Platz was known as Europe’s busiest junction in 1920 and first set of traffic lights. However after the second world war, this cultural and economical hub was a lifeless desolate site. After the fall of Berlin Wall in 1989, Potsdamer started to regain its popularity. Investors called the world’s famous architects such as Richard Rogers, Renzo Piano, Helmut Jahn, and Rafael Moneo to built the most sophisticated and mind blowing buildings of the time.
Potsdamer Platz today houses three remarkable architectural wonders: Sony center is an international renowned landmark with its striking glass roof and Panorama Punkt offering the best views of the area. Another amazing building is the Renzo Piano’s stone-glass Debis Tower, a spectacular 280-foot-high tower with 22 floors. Beisheim Center is the third amazing building of the square having an American influenced architecture.
Potsdamer Platz engages visitors with a large number of entertaining and cultural activities. Take a walk in the spirited area and you will be amazed by the art spaces with open invitation to discover their treasures. In addition to the shopping malls such as Arkaden, the interesting museums including a museum for Film and Television and other popular attractions such as the Boulevard of Stars, Musical Theatre and Casino, Cinema Complex and the 3D IMAX cinema center.