Alexanderplatz

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Alexanderplatz
Panorama of the Alexanderplatz in Berlin

Alexanderplatz is a square on the northeastern edge of the historic center of Berlin. The rectangular square in the Mitte district goes back to the square in front of King Thor and was given its current name after the Russian Tsar Alexander I in 1805. In the Berlin vernacular, he is usually only called "Alex".