Bellevue Palace
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The Bellevue palace, the presidential official residence of the German Federation.
The Bellevue palace was a palace built in the era of Prussia in 1786, but was destroyed in World War II and the current building was rebuilt in 1957.Initially it was the second president's official residence, but after unification of Germany it is being used as the first official residence.For that reason the surrounding guards are strict and guards are stationed on the broad lawn in front of the palace.

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 Bellevue Station
 Bellevue Station

Route from Bellevue Station
Directions from Soviet War Memorial Tiergarten

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Security guards are always patrolling in front of the palace

It is also a sightseeing spot and many tourists

The official residence is well maintained

View from Tiergarten

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Bellevue Palace

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