Berlin is the federal capital of the Federal Republic of Germany, one of Germany’s 16 states, and Germany’s most populous city with a population of about 3.6 million. Berlin is one of the three “city states” of the Federal Republic of Germany (along with Bremen and Hamburg), and this name comes from the fact that the city limits are the same as the state boundaries. By administrative definition of city boundaries, Berlin is also the largest city in the European Union, but in fact it is vast and sparsely populated.
Berlin has a large number of cultural facilities, many of which are widely known around the world. The vitality and diversity of this metropolis has led to an ever-evolving place of excellence among other major cities. The city’s art scene is very diverse. Berlin is home to more than 420 galleries; this has made many young Germans and international artists choose Berlin as a place to settle permanently. Berlin has emerged in Europe as a center for youth and popular cultures.
It is also one of the most famous shopping destinations in the world, attracting large numbers of people who do not want to leave without shopping from their stores, especially since shopping is especially fun, because you can walk around the historic buildings while you buy your needs.
Berlin has many shopping venues, from the traditional urban shopping streets to the shopping malls and the modern shopping streets, each representing a distinctive world of its own. And cafes. Flea markets are also available throughout Berlin, especially on holidays. Some of the most popular markets are: Straße des 17. Juni, Mauerpark on Sundays and Arkonaplatz on Sundays.
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