Pinsteps. French Cathedral
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The French name of the square was returned to it after the First World War. Frenchmen came to Berlin following the Potsdam document. The document declared that the area was open to anyone who wished to arrive. Everyone will be equally religious and civil. Since then, people from 1685 have poured in from all over Europe. Berlin became a cosmopolitan city in the 17th century. The French Huguenots fled here and the second night of Warpolomay did not take place. Frenchmen had a great influence on Berlin as a city. The German language of Berlin was also influenced. Gendarmerie Square - composed of a Frenchman Zan d'Arm - people with roughes. Translated with Google Translate


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A short two-hour tour of the city will lead us through known squares and beauty to the famous museum island, towards the ancient palaces, enter the heart of the oppressive city and find out the source of the name Berlin and conclude with a number of unique stories including the story of Wolifrid Israel and the connection between Berlin and Kibbutz Hazorea Alexander is named after the Russian narrow Translated with Google Translate

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