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Viktoria-Luise-Platz, Berlin

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Historic Walking Area · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
Viktoria-Luise-Platz is a hexagonal place on Motzstraße in Schöneberg, Berlin. It was laid out in 1900. It is named after Princess Viktoria Luise of Prussia 1892 - 1980, the daughter of Kaiser Wilhelm II of Germany, and Great-Grand daughter of Queen Victoria.

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  • Pretty town square where locals like to hang on the benches around the fountain as well as on the grassy lawns. In summer a cooling spot. Place is surrounded by eateries and stately architecture. A...  more »
  • This is just a very simple square with a fountain, no sign at all of the colorful buildings shown on tripadvisor. Definitely not worth a larger detour.  more »
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