Nikolaiviertel, Berlin

Nikolaiviertel, Berlin

About Nikolaiviertel, Berlin

The Nikolaiviertel is a historic district in the Mitte borough of Berlin. It is located along the Spree River, immediately east of the Berliner Dom (Berlin Cathedral) and the Fernsehturm (TV Tower). The Nikolaiviertel was first settled in the 13th century by German merchants. It was named after the Church of St. Nicholas (Nikolaikirche), which was built in 1230. The Nikolaiviertel was heavily damaged in World War II, but has been restored since then. Today, the Nikolaiviertel is a popular tourist destination, with many restaurants, bars, and shops. The Berliner Dom, the Fernsehturm, and the Berliner Rathaus (City Hall) are all located in the Nikolaiviertel.
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Origins of Nikolaiviertel

The Nikolaiviertel is a district in the Mitte borough of Berlin. It was built in the late 19th century on the site of the former Nikolaikirche, which was destroyed in the Second World War.

Attractions at Nikolaiviertel

Some attractions at Nikolaiviertel include the Nikolaikirche church, the Berliner Dom cathedral, and the Fernsehturm TV tower.

Sculptures in Nikolaiviertel

There are no sculptures in Nikolaiviertel.

Shopping & Dining at Nikolaiviertel

There are a few restaurants and cafes in Nikolaiviertel, as well as some souvenir shops.

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