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  • Groer Tiergarten Berlin
  • Groer Tiergarten Berlin
  • Groer Tiergarten Berlin
  • Groer Tiergarten Berlin
  • Groer Tiergarten Berlin
  • Groer Tiergarten Berlin
  • Groer Tiergarten Berlin

Großer Tiergarten Berlin

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The "Großer Tiergarten" park is the oldest urban public park in Berlin. With its area of about 200 hectares it is also the largest man-made park of the city. The park offers both exceptionally landscaped areas and many opportunities for recreation.
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Due to its outstanding importance in terms of history and garden architecture, the "Großer Tiergarten Berlin" park has enjoyed protection as a garden monument since 1991. Areas such as "Luiseninsel", "Venusbassin", "Großer Stern", "Zeltenplatz" square with its avenues and the "Rosengarten" and "Englischer Garten" are of considerable importance as far as garden history is concerned.
Points of interest

The park invites you to relax while taking a walk, observing nature - whatever the season - or simply lying in the grass on a warm and sunny day. As a piece of nature in the middle of Berlin, the park is a habitat for plants and animals as well. In addition, the park has a major impact on the climate of the city centre.
Recreation and nature conservation

The outstanding design of some parts of the park bears testimony to its history and development over the past 500 years. Various traces of historical epochs and moving historical events can be found in the Tiergarten as well.
More about the history
Preservation of historical landmarks

Moreover, the park offers opportunities for active recreation such as boating, jogging, cycling or playing table tennis.