Charlottenburg is an affluent area in Berlin known for the Charlottenburg Palace, shopping centric Kurfürstendamm avenue and is home to many theaters and museums. Originally an independent city, Charlottenburg was incorporated into Greater Berlin in 1920.
Must See In Charlottenburg
The Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church is centrally located in Charlottenburg near a popular shopping area. The church was nearly destroyed by bombing raids during World War II. After the war, the decision was made that the church would be left standing as a memorial and reminder of the consequences of war.