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Berlin Steglitz is a locality of the Steglitz Zehlendorf borough in the south west of Berlin, the capital of Germany. The locality also includes the neighbourhood of Sudende. Berlin Steglitz was first mentioned in the 1375 Landbuch of Emperor Charles IV, at this time also ruler of the Brandenburg Electorate. Berlin Steglitz witnessed the construction of the first paved Prussian country road. Around 1850, Berlin Steglitz was included in the southern line of Berlin's rail and transit systems. Nowadays, Berlin Steglitz witnesses expensive residential developments and it is the most affluent of the twelve Berlin boroughs.
Top Attractions Within Berlin Steglitz
The Schossstrasse in Berlin Steglitz is the second largest shopping area in Berlin after Kurfurstendamm and Tauentzienstrasse, inclusing Forum Berlin Steglitz, one of Germany's first shopping malls opened in 1970. You can enjoy a shopping spree in the many shops from the mall, and let your children in a special playground, that is always supervised.
Berlin Steglitz Kreisel is one of the most famous landmarks in the city. It is a 390 feet highrise erected between 1968 and 1980, designed by architect Sigrid Kressman-Zschach. Before the construction was finished the developing company became insolvent in 1974. The works were resumed in 1977. To avoid further vacancy the borough's administration moved in. The building includes the Berlin U-Bahn station Rathaus Steglitz, a bus station and a multi storey car park.
Bierpinsel is the name of a restaurant in Berlin Steglitz. It has a height of 46 meters with a shape resembling that of an observation tower. The building has three floors usually equipped with restaurants and a night club. The building is located at the metro station SchlossStrasse and Filandastrasse close to the Berlin Steglitz Kreisel shopping center.
Die Spiegelwand is a Holocaust Memorial in Berlin Steglitz with the names and addresses of 1700 Jews in the Berlin Steglitz area who were deported and murdered in Nazi concentration camps. This is a must see place, especially if you are in Berlin Steglitz.