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Flak Tower Humboldthain

Flak Tower Humboldthain

Stairs under shading trees lead your way up to the 85 metres high flak towers of Humboldthain.


Two of these massive high-rise bunkers were used as air defense post in WW II. Today, the concrete ruin serves as viewing platform over Wedding, Mitte and Humboldthain.

You snake your way down the serpentines through a wooded park towards a very interesting rosarium. If you are looking for a special place to enjoy the New Year's fireworks, you've come to the right place!




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Flak Tower Humboldthain

Brunnenstraße 110
13355 Berlin
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  • Daily : continuous

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  • Price Level: for free
  • Barrier Free: No
  • Remark: The northern side of the "large" bunker and the wall of the "small" bunker are used for climbing in the upper level of difficulty. Explore the inside of the structure with a tour by Berliner Unterwelten (www.berliner-unterwelten.de).

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