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Viktoriapark. Waterfall and monument in Kreuzberg

The Viktoriapark (aka Victoria park) is one of the most famous urban parks in the neighborhood of Kreuzberg in Berlin, Germany.

In 1821 Karl Friedrich Schinkel, one of the most influential architects of the German capital, built a national monument, a wrought iron spire, in memory of the battles of the War of Liberation on the top of the Tempelhofer Berg hill in the Kreuzberg district of Berlin, a Turkish kiez of the city, from which even today you can admire the monument as well as a splendid panorama that unfolds before the eyes of the observer all the main streets of Berlin.

At the foot of the National Monument flows a 24-meter-high artificial water waterfall, which plunges down the hill into a narrow channel surrounded by rocks. In the lower part of the waterfall, precisely in the pond, stands a bronze sculpture that depicts a fisherman intent on capturing a siren.

This video captures the park from the street to the monument.

Viktoriapark – Waterfall and monumenthttps://oddberlin.com/viktoriapark-waterfall-and-monument-in-kreuzberg
Viktoriapark – Wikipediahttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Viktoriapark
Viktoriapark – Trip Advisorhttps://www.tripadvisor.com/Attraction_Review-g187323-d6880858-Reviews-Viktoriapark-Berlin.html