Brandenburger Tor

 There is an indispensable city symbol among the places to visit in Berlin: Brandenburger Tor. The Brandenburger Gate symbolizes a free and united Berlin. On the contrary, the door was a symbol of separation in the times when the Berlin Wall, which was seen as a wall of shame, was not yet demolished. During the period when the city was divided into east and west under the influence of the Cold War, the Brandenburger Gate remained within the borders of East Berlin. I would also like to talk about the architecture of the gate, which has an important place in the history of the city and the German people. There are 12 columns at the door where historical and modern architectural lines meet. There are 6 entrance and 6 exit doors. The statue named Quadriga standing on the door, which cannot be shared between Prussia and France and goes back and forth between the two countries, is in good harmony with the building. The construction date of the gate dates back to the 18th century, the Prussia