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Spandau District

Spandau District (59)

The Spandau District is Berlin’s most westerly area, located where the Havel and Spree rivers meet. It was one of the few neighbourhoods in the city to escape damage during the war, and for this reason, it remains much as it was originally. 

Initially, Spandau was a totally separate town, however from 1920 onwards it became a neighbourhood of Berlin.

Without doubt, it is worth visiting its citadel, which dates back to the year 1560 and is the only one preserved in the city. It is renaissance in style and surrounded by a moat, just like those in films set in the Middle Ages which we all have in mind. 

From the Juliusturm tower you have an unbeatable view of the fields surrounding this spot. And if you still have time, you can always visit the Church of Saint Nicholas, the most renowned religious building in the district. 

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