From the Humboldt University we continued walking towards the Fernsehturm from whose sphere observation deck some of the best aerial images are said to be "captured", though before reaching it we came across one of the oldest city's buildings - the Marienkirche from around 1270 and the 1869 Rotes Rathaus, whose name is associated to its red brick façade.
The Marienkirche (Left) and the Rotes Rathaus (Right).
Different view of the Rotes Rathaus, Fernsehturm and Neptune fountain
Because of the Fernsehturm being one of most visited places in Berlin, we had to wait for about two hours before being able to take the elevator up, so we decided to further "explore" the area, after having got the tickets. We walked as far back as the Nicolaikirche originally built in the 13th century but altered and remodelled a number of times, which now houses a Museum and then took to the Ephraimpalais, the Knoblauchhaus and the Stadtgericht.
The Nicolaikirche (Left) and the Stadtgericht (Right).
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