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Siegessäule - From Below, Germany
Siegessäule - From Below, Germany
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📍 From Below, Germany
The Siegessäule, or Victory Column, is an iconic symbol of Berlin, Germany, offering photographers a unique blend of history and panoramic views. The column stands at 67 meters in a roundabout in the Tiergarten park, crowned by a golden statue of Victoria, the Roman goddess of victory. For photo enthusiasts, capturing the intricate reliefs that decorate the column, depicting Prussian military victories, can be quite rewarding, especially in the golden hour light. The real gem, however, lies in climbing the 285 steps to the viewing platform. From here, you have sweeping views of Berlin's skyline, including the Brandenburg Gate and the Reichstag. The juxtaposition of the column against modern Berlin provides a dynamic range of photographic opportunities, from detailed close-ups to wide cityscapes. Early mornings or late afternoons are ideal for softer light and fewer crowds.

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