Reasons to Visit Berlin Before the End of the World in December 2012

Regardless of whether or not you believe in the doomsday predictions there has never been a better time to visit the capital of Germany.

What’s the Big Deal About 2012?

The 2012 phenomenon started with the discovery of the Mesoamerican Long Count calender used in ancient Central America, particularly by the Mayans. According to some researchers December 2012 marks the end of a 5,125 long cycle in which a major worldwide cataclysm will usher in the new era. The nature of this cataclysm has been widely speculated upon and theories include the coming of the mysterious planet Nibiru to our solar system, geomagnetic reversal in which the magnetic poles become inverted december global holidays and the theory that when the solar system aligns with the galactic plane the gravity of the super-massive black holes at the core of the galaxy will have disastrous effects on the sun and earth. Other more tangible theories include a global economic collapse and/or World War III.

Experiencing Berlin Before it is too Late.

Berlin is a great place and one of the most hospitable locations in Europe for travelers, particularly those who speak English. In addition to comprehensive bus tours there are many attractions to visit in the capital of Germany such as the Berlin Zoo, one of the largest zoos in the world. If you enjoy museums you’ll love the Museum Island where 5 amazing museums are located all in one place.

Any trip to Berlin just wouldn’t be complete without visiting the famous Berlin Wall, or rather, what’s left of it. There are several points of interest including Checkpoint Charlie, one of the world’s most famous symbols of the Cold War era and the site of a stand off between US and Russian tanks in 1961.

If you’re into checking out breathtaking architecture you’ll be please to know that Berlin has enough amazing buildings to keep you busy for weeks. From the incredible glass dome of the Reichstag to various cathedrals and palaces you’ll be amazed at these monuments to human ingenuity and craftsmanship.

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