Siegessäule (Victory Column), Berlin

Update: I’m a numpty. After 556 unique entries, I finally managed to post a sight which James had already posted. I guess it had to happen sooner or later… This is Berlin’s Siegessäule, or in English ‘The Victory Column’. The column was built to celebrate the military successes of Prussia over Denmark, and was originally positioned in front of the Reichstag. Hitler decided to move the column in 1938, and added 7.5 metres to its height while he was at it, bringing the column’s total height to an impressive 66.89 metres (although the bronze statue of Victoria on…

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