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This rooftop offers a great view over the capital Berlin.

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The address for this spot is "Fischerinsel 1, 10179 Berlin". You can reach the balcony by going up with the elevator to one of the upper floors and looking for the stairs (emergency exit) there.

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Nearly no other people

Sunset

05:58 20:20
19:12
52°30'50.9606" N 13°24'24.8689" E

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PhotoJoern.de
PhotoJoern.de 30.08.2015
Nice, Sebastian. I saw that view a couple of times and always wondered from which building it was shot. Could be a bit more precise on which kind of building that is and how to get to that public balcony? Thanks a lot! :-)
Daniel Rauber
Daniel Rauber 25.09.2015
Hi Jörn, the building this was shot from is "Fischerinsel 1, 10179 Berlin". You can reach the balcony by going up with the elevator to one of the upper floors and looking for the stairs (emergency exit) there.
Manuel Becker
Manuel Becker 09.11.2015
Thank you very much Daniel for your details. I've added them to this spot so that they are easier to find for others. Feel free to add your photo to this spot if you also have one by just clicking the upload icon at the current spot image.
Andreas Brett
Andreas Brett 20.03.2017
Sorry, not trying to be nitpicky but this balcony is definitely NOT public :) It is used by the public quite a lot but to get inside the building you have to ring someone or be lucky (like me) somebody comes out the door. I always wonder how 2 photographers will do up there. The balcony is so small and leaves only little space to get the whole view.
PhotoJoern.de
PhotoJoern.de 20.03.2017
Yes, correct, the place is not public and the balcony is small, probably too small for two serious tripods.

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