Betsy Carter's story comes to life in a series of photographs capturing the beauty of this German city
Bode Museum was designed so it appears to simply rise up from the surrounding water. In the background: one of the city's ever-present cranes.
The Holocaust Memorial, a deliberately disorienting and somewhat controversial monument, was designed by the architect Paul Eisenman.
Iconic 18th-century Brandenburg Gate, built as a monument to peace, was the no-trespass divide of the Cold War and is now a symbol of reunification.
Click here to read Betsy Carter's story on her travels in Berlin.
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