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===Tempelhof===
 
===Tempelhof===
  
* '''Tempelhof Airport''', the "mother of all airports", is a huge relic of the pre-war era but closed as of October 30, 2008. The terminal building is located immediately south of the city center and was the hot spot of the Berlin airlift ("Berliner Luftbrücke"). Airlift memorial in front of the building on ''Platz der Luftbrücke''. Guided tours to the airport building avalable. The former airfield is a recreational park. Take U6 to "Platz der Luftbrücke".
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Tempelhof Airport, the "mother of all airports", is a huge relic of the pre-war era but closed as of October 30, 2008. The terminal building is located immediately south of the city center and was the hot spot of the Berlin airlift ("Berliner Luftbrücke"). Take U6 to "Platz der Luftbrücke"
 
 
* '''Schwerbelastungskörper''' (heavy load body), General-Pape-Str./Loewenhardtdamm. From 1941, 12.000 tons of concrete in a 15 metre high and 20 metre-diamater cylinder were built to test the load bearing capabiliy of the Berlin soils for Albert Speers ''Germania''-Buildings. Too massive for later blasting, this is one of the more bizarre remains of the Third Reich.
 
  
 
===Neukölln===
 
===Neukölln===

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