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Consecrated in the presence of Prussian minister president and future German chancellor, Otto von Bismarck, the Neue Synagoge once served Berlin’s thriving Jewish community as one of the largest synagogues in the world.
Inaccessible for over 28 years, isolated in the death strip of the Berlin Wall, the Brandenburg Gate is now incontrovertibly associated with the ‘Peaceful Revolution’ of 1989 and the reunification of divided Germany that followed. The German landmark in central Berlin.