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  8. Frank
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    Nikki, T Berg as the Americans called it was an interesting place. I was in Berlin during the Cold War for 3 years and recently back in 2018. There are so many adventures in Berlin if you know where to look. Marienfelde had a similar tower and the views of Berlin at night were amazing.

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