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Museum Knoblauchhaus, Berlin, Germany
The museum in the Knoblauchhaus is dedicated to Berlin life in the Biedermeier period. The former residence of the wealthy entrepreneurial family Knoblauch is one of the few surviving town houses of the 18th century. Century in Berlin. In the faithfully reconstructed living spaces, objects and documents give an insight into the life of this bourgeois family. At the same time, they convey interesting facts about architecture, economy, culture and the social life of the Biedermeier period, a tranquil epoch between the end of the Napoleonic Wars in 1815 and the March Revolution of 1848. In 1759, the master jockey Johann Christian Knoblauch acquired the precursor. After its demolition, he built in his place a representative, three-storey corner house in late Baroque style. The redevelopment of the Nikolaiviertel to celebrate the 750th anniversary of Berlin was followed by a fundamental, historic renovation. With the support of the descendants of the Garlic family, the Knoblauchhaus opened its doors as a museum in 1989 for the first time. Since 1995, this gem of Biedermeier belongs to the Stadtmuseum Berlin. Virtual Tour of the Garlic House Experience three rooms of the Garlic House in a 3D tour! You can move through the rooms using the touchscreen, mouse or arrow keys on the keyboard.
Historical Christmas Market Revaler Strasse, Berlin, Germany
In Berlin Friedrichshain you can for 3. time to see the Christmas market in historical garb. In the middle of the RAW grounds, popular for clubs, art and cultural events, torches, fire pits and numerous stalls immerse the backdrop in a medieval light. Cheesy plastic santa clauses are here nonsense, instead present and sell potters, blacksmiths, woodcarvers and many more their craft. Visitors can warm up their spirits at the taverns with so many fine droplets, such as hot mead, mulled wine, Glühbier and Feuerzangenbowle and spoil the palate with hearty and sweet dishes. In historical music, jugglers and acrobats astonish audiences with their fire shows. Also for the entertainment of the little ones is taken care of. Especially beautiful and unique for children is the hand-operated wooden carousel and wooden wheel. In archery and crossbow shooting small and big knights and princesses can prove their skills. The historic Christmas in Berlin Friedrichshain is thus in the run-up to Christmas a unique experience for the whole family. So iron your chain shirts, lace up the corset and see for yourself!

Teide, Orotava, Tenerife, Spain
The Teide National Park is the largest in the Canary Islands. It is a must for all who visit Tenerife. A unique landscape of craters, volcanoes and petrified lava rivers that surround the impressive silhouette of the Teide Volcano, which rises to 3,718 m altitude. The visitors find numerous services that allow them to know and enjoy this space: comfortable accesses by road that crosses the whole Park, two visitor centers that reveal some of their secrets, a restaurant area to regain strength, numerous viewpoints that allow to compose a complete panoramic, an extensive network of trails for visitors wishing to enter the Park and even two accommodations, the National Parador of Las Cañadas del Teide and Altavista Refuge at 3,270 meters. The Teide National Park is one of the great wonders of the world, with the advantage of its easy access and being relatively close to European countries. The whole Park is an extraordinary geological treasure in which volcanoes, craters, chimneys, lava flows and diverse products form an impressive set of colors and shapes. The Cañadas del Teide surprises by its diversity, disturbed by its enormous petrified lava rivers and impresses by its rocks demolished by erosion and by the colossal dimensions of this mineral chaos. In contrast, in the spring it offers a wonderful garden full of flowers and soft aromas, unique in the world. The dominant structure is the Teide, imposing volcanic building that offers a very different aspect depending on the place or time it is observed, always delighting the viewer with its many faces. A sea of ​​volcanic rocks so recent extends to its feet, that the erosion has not had time to alter, conforming a wide catalog of volcanic forms and materials contained in the great amphitheater defined by the wall of Las Cañadas. The wall that surrounds it extends over 25 km. with heights that reach 600m in the area known as Guajara, its high point. This natural cut affects what was another previous volcanic building, which partially disappeared when, 198,000 years ago, the current depression of Las Cañadas was formed by a giant landslide that exposed, in the area of ​​Los Roques, part of its roots , represented by ducts and volcanic chimneys that fed past eruptions. In the cut of the wall, three million years of complex geological history are visible, in which the cycle, slippage and formation of 'un Teide' could be repeated several times. The National Park, located in the center of the island of Tenerife, is the largest and oldest of the four existing in the Canary Islands. In its surface of 190 Km2 (18,990 hectares) the Teide rises up to 3,718 m., Constituting the highest level of Spain. It was declared a National Park in 1954 and in 1989 it received the European Conservation Diploma in its maximum category. It has two visitor centers, one in El Portillo and another in the Parador Nacional, dedicated respectively to the nature and traditional uses of Las Cañadas. In 2007, it was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
Teide, Las Cañadas Del Teide, Tenerife, Spain
The Teide National Park is the largest in the Canary Islands. It is a must for all who visit Tenerife. A unique landscape of craters, volcanoes and petrified lava rivers that surround the impressive silhouette of the Teide Volcano, which rises to 3,718 m altitude. The visitors find numerous services that allow them to know and enjoy this space: comfortable accesses by road that crosses the whole Park, two visitor centers that reveal some of their secrets, a restaurant area to regain strength, numerous viewpoints that allow to compose a complete panoramic, an extensive network of trails for visitors wishing to enter the Park and even two accommodations, the National Parador of Las Cañadas del Teide and Altavista Refuge at 3,270 meters. The whole Park is an extraordinary geological treasure in which volcanoes, craters, chimneys, lava flows and diverse products form an impressive set of colors and shapes. The Cañadas del Teide surprises by its diversity, disturbed by its enormous petrified lava rivers and impresses by its rocks demolished by erosion and by the colossal dimensions of this mineral chaos. In contrast, in the spring it offers a wonderful garden full of flowers and soft aromas, unique in the world. The dominant structure is the Teide, imposing volcanic building that offers a very different aspect depending on the place or time it is observed, always delighting the viewer with its many faces. A sea of ​​volcanic rocks so recent extends to its feet, that the erosion has not had time to alter, conforming a wide catalog of volcanic forms and materials contained in the great amphitheater defined by the wall of Las Cañadas. The wall that surrounds it extends over 25 km. with heights that reach 600m in the area known as Guajara, its high point. This natural cut affects what was another previous volcanic building, which partially disappeared when, 198,000 years ago, the current depression of Las Cañadas was formed by a giant landslide that exposed, in the area of ​​Los Roques, part of its roots , represented by ducts and volcanic chimneys that fed past eruptions. In the cut of the wall, three million years of complex geological history are visible, in which the cycle, slippage and formation of "un Teide" could be repeated several times. The National Park, located in the center of the island of Tenerife, is the largest and oldest of the four existing in the Canary Islands. In its surface of 190 Km2 (18,990 hectares) the Teide rises up to 3,718 m., Constituting the highest level of Spain.

Teide, Montana Mostaza, Tenerife, Spain
This small tour will take us to the highest part of the Mountain Mustard Volcano. From its summit you can see a magnificent view of much of the Cañadas del Teide and the Cirque de las Cañadas; also serves as a guide to see more carefully the different lava flows (Malpais) that surround this area. It is worth to sit down to contemplate everything that surrounds this area, with the majesty of Teide dominating the landscape. Although this area is protected access is allowed, taking the precaution of going along the well marked path and not to leave it. It is not allowed to take volcanic stones from this volcano. Nor is it allowed to access the cone of the volcano. In this area, mouflons or other animals can pass, so we can not leave the area of ​​the trail. Before accessing this route it is advisable to go through the Visitor Center and ask if it is allowed to climb to the top. Although it is a neutral zone, better to ask.
Alexanderplatz, Berlin, Germany
Whether in the 1920s, in GDR times or today: the famous Alexanderplatz was and remains one of the liveliest places in Berlin. Alexanderplatz, popularly known as Alex, is a central square and transport hub in Berlin-Mitte. It is one of the most visited places and at the same time one of the most famous sights of the city. Until the middle of the 19th At the turn of the 19th century, Alexanderplatz was used by the military as a parade and parade ground, where traders and farmers from the region traded their goods. Alexanderplatz owes its present name to Frederick William III, who renamed it Alexanderplatz at the end of 1805 on the occasion of the visit of Tsar Alexander. Alexanderplatz as the scene of historical events The former parade ground was again and again the scene of historical events. So it came during the March Revolution in 1848 to heavy street fighting. But that could be fought on Alexanderplatz in a peaceful manner, showed the demonstrations against the GDR regime in the fall of 1989, which there on 4. November, shortly before the fall of the wall, had its peak. Alexanderplatz after the Second World War At the end of the Second World War, the fighting in April 1945 also reached Alexanderplatz and it came to devastating destruction. From then on in the Soviet occupation zone, the square was given its present appearance in the 1960s and 70s. In the spring of 1964, a competition was held for the 'redesign of Alexanderplatz'. The competition winner's draft provided two key points for the redesign: freeing traffic and improving the quality of residence for pedestrians. Attractions at Alexanderplatz Until 1969, all tram lines were removed and created the most distinctive buildings of the place until today: the former Centrum department store (now Galeria Kaufhof), the former Hotel City Berlin (now Hotel Park Inn), the World Clock and the Fountain of Friendship , In the same year, the television tower was inaugurated after four years of construction, which is now the tallest building in the Federal Republic at 365 meters. Not far from Alexanderplatz stands the Red Town Hall, in front of it is the Neptune Fountain. GDR major events in the center of East Berlin After its completion in 1971, the square was often used for major events such as the X. World Youth Festival in the summer of 1973, the celebrations for the 25th Anniversary of the GDR in October 1974 or the celebrations of the 30th Anniversary of the end of the war 1975 used.

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