Illustrator Map Berlin Germany

Berlin, the capital of Germany, has a well-planned and extensive road network that reflects its history and urban development. Here are some principal streets and roads in Berlin:

  1. Unter den Linden: This historic boulevard runs east-west from the Brandenburg Gate to the Lustgarten, passing by iconic landmarks such as the Berlin State Opera, Humboldt University, and the Neue Wache.
  2. Kurfürstendamm (Ku’damm): One of the most famous avenues in Berlin, Kurfürstendamm is located in the western part of the city and is known for its high-end shops, theaters, and cafes.
  3. Friedrichstraße: This street is a major north-south thoroughfare in the city center. It’s home to numerous shops, restaurants, and cultural institutions, including the famous Checkpoint Charlie.
  4. Straße des 17. Juni: Running through the Tiergarten park, this street is often used for events and festivals. It leads to the Brandenburg Gate from the west.
  5. Potsdamer Platz: Once a bustling square before being divided by the Berlin Wall, Potsdamer Platz has been completely redeveloped and is now a modern urban center with skyscrapers, shops, and entertainment venues.
  6. Alexanderplatz: Located in the heart of the city’s eastern center, Alexanderplatz is a large public square surrounded by shopping centers, restaurants, and the iconic Fernsehturm (TV Tower).
  7. Frankfurter Allee: This broad avenue runs through the eastern part of Berlin and is known for its socialist architecture from the GDR era.
  8. Tauentzienstraße: Connecting Kurfürstendamm to Wittenbergplatz, Tauentzienstraße is another popular shopping street in Berlin.
  9. Oberbaumbrücke: This iconic bridge spans the River Spree and connects the Friedrichshain and Kreuzberg neighborhoods. It’s a picturesque location with a mix of historical and modern architecture.
  10. Strasse des 18. Oktober: Leading from the Brandenburg Gate to the Victory Column in the Tiergarten, this street is often used for parades and events.
  11. Karl-Marx-Allee: Originally named Stalinallee, this grand avenue in the eastern part of Berlin is known for its socialist architecture and is a UNESCO World Heritage site.

These streets offer a glimpse into Berlin’s diverse history, culture, and urban landscape.

Author: Kirill Shrayber, Ph.D.

I have been working with vector cartography for over 25 years, including GPS, GIS, Adobe Illustrator and other professional cartographic software.

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