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Berlin Germany

Berlin is the capital of the Federal Republic of Germany and with 3.5 million inhabitants also its most populated city. The agglomeration includes over 4, the metropolitan region nearly 6 million inhabitants. Berlin is an independent state, completely surrounded by the state of Brandenburg.

Berlin has a very large number of different sights, the most important being in the two city centers as well as in the area around Potsdamer Platz. The most famous of these are the Brandenburg Gate, the Reichstag Building, the Holocaust Memorial, the Red Town Hall, the Gendarmenmarkt, the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church and the Charlottenburg and Bellevue Castles. In addition, there are many attractions in the outer districts, such as the Old Town of Spandau, the Köpenick Castle or the "Gardens of the World" in the Marzahn recreational park.

Liver Berlin style with fried apple slices, onion rings and mashed potatoes.

The classic Berlin cuisine is based primarily on the Prussian-bourgeois tradition of the 19th century. Old-fashioned dishes include Liver Berlin style with roasted apple slices, onion rings and mashed potatoes, cured leg of pork with pea puree, Kasseler with sauerkraut and mashed potatoes and pea soup. Since the second half of the twentieth century, however, curry sausage and the kebab are also part of the culinary tradition of Berlin. With the growth of tourism, Berlin is becoming increasingly strong in the area of top gastronomy.
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