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  • 1. Museum Barberini

    On the site of the Barberini Palace, destroyed by a bombing in 1945, this elegant art museum displays large-scale exhibitions, many of which focus on...Read More

  • 2. Neues Palais

    A larger and grander palace than Sanssouci, the Neues Palace stands at the end of the long avenue that runs through Sanssouci Park. It was...Read More

  • 3. Schloss Sanssouci

    Prussia's most famous king, Friedrich II—Frederick the Great—spent more time at his summer residence, Schloss Sanssouci, than in the capital of Berlin. Executed according to...Read More

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  • 4. Alter Markt

    The hub of Potsdam's historical center was home to the city's baroque palace for three centuries. The area was heavily damaged by Allied bombing in...Read More

  • 5. Belvedere auf dem Pfingstberg

    Commissioned by King Friedrich Wilhelm IV, the Belvedere on Pfingstberg was built in the Italian Renaissance style with grand staircases, colonnades, and perfect symmetry. It...Read More

  • 6. Brandenburger Tor, Jägertor, and Nauener Tor

    These gates (translated as the Brandenburg Gate, the Hunter's Gate, and the Nauen Gate) are three of the original seven gates that were incorporated into...Read More

  • 7. Dampfmaschinenhaus

    Friedrich Wilhelm IV modeled this building after a Turkish mosque, complete with a minaret, to serve as the palace waterworks building. About a ten-minute walk...Read More

  • 8. Heilandskirche Sacrow

    You'd be forgiven for wondering if you'd been transported to Italy when you first glimpse this dreamy lakeside church, complete with a campanile (bell tower)...Read More

  • 9. Holländisches Viertel

    The center of the small Holländisches Viertel—the Dutch Quarter—is an easy walk north along Friedrich-Ebert-Strasse to Mittelstrasse. Friedrich Wilhelm I built the settlement in the...Read More

  • 10. Neuer Markt

    Neuer Markt (New Market) square has baroque-style architecture similar to that of the Alter Markt square and a handful of the city’s best-preserved buildings, some...Read More

  • 11. Park Babelsberg

    Less well known than the gleaming Sanssouci but still impressive, the Schloss Babelsberg was once the summer residence of Wilhelm I. The expansive park surrounding...Read More

  • 12. Potsdam Filmmuseum

    Inside this beautiful baroque building, originally the Marstall or Prussian royal stables, film buffs can look into the history of film production in the area---many...Read More

  • 13. Schloss Cecilienhof

    Resembling a rambling Tudor manor house, Schloss Cecilienhof was built for Crown Prince Wilhelm in 1913, on what was then the newly laid-out stretch of...Read More

  • 14. Schloss Charlottenhof

    After Frederick the Great died in 1786, the ambitious Sanssouci building program ground to a halt, and the park fell into neglect. It was 50...Read More

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