Are you looking for a unique adventure in Berlin? Then the Teufelsberg – Field Station Berlin is a must-see. Teufelsberg, or “Devil’s Mountain”, is a man-made hill with a height of 120m. It is constructed from the remnants of the World War II ruins and is one of Berlin’s many unofficial landmarks. From the top, you can get a breathtaking panoramic view of the city, the Grunewald Forest, and the Havel and Spree rivers. The Field Station is a series of abandoned listening towers, built on the peak of Teufelsberg. The towers are overgrown and are full of urban art, painted by graffiti artists. You can also explore the ruins of a Cold War-era spy station and take a tour of the buildings, former broadcasting facilities, and amenities. Teufelsberg is definitely an off-the-beaten-track experience, and a must for anyone visiting Berlin.
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