Berlin's largest public park originally served as royal hunting grounds until it was reconfigured in the 18th century. Nowadays, joggers, walkers, and families flock here to enjoy the natural splendor. The grounds are home to war memorials, victory statues, and palaces, along with Hitler's Grosser Stern, a paved roundabout on the park's main street. Park highlights include the Philharmonie, home to the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, and the Bauhaus Archiv-Museum, which charts the history of the world-renowned design school. S-BAHN: Unter den Linden, Tiergarten, Zoologischer Garten; U-BAHN: Zoologischer Garten.

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