London and Berlin

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London and Berlin
The differences between
London and Berlin
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General (Where it is)
Sights
(Most famous)
Traffic
(Buses,Taxis)
Orientation (Road signs)
Architecture (famous buildings)
Population
Culture (traditions)
Famous People ( born in London or Berlin)
London (Britain\England)
Britain in Europe
London capital of Great Britain
Berlin (Germany)
Germany in Europe
Berlin capital of Germany
Sights
London
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1. Big Ben Tower
2. Buckingham Palace
3. London Eye
4. Tower Bridge
5. Houses of Parliament
6. Picadilly Circus
Berlin
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1.Brandenburg Gate
2.Victory Column
3.TV Tower
4.Rotes Rathaus
5.Checkpoint Charlie
6.East Side Gallery
Sights Pictures London
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Sights Pictures Berlin
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Traffic
London
1 Red Buses
2 Black Taxis
3 Bus stop symbol :red circle with
a red bar
4 various coloured/rounder
Trains
5 Underground symbol: red circle
with a blue bar
Berlin
1.Yellow Buses
2.Beige/white Taxis
3. Bus stop symbol :green
circle with a yellow H inside
4. Red and yellow Trains
5. Train symbol: green circle
with white S
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Traffic Photos 1
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Traffic Photos 2
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Traffic Photos 3
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Orientation ( road signs)
London
• Square
• Name of the road
• Postcode area
Berlin
• Rectangle
• Name of the road
Road signs Photos
London
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Berlin
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<-Apartmenthouses
Berlin Architecture
Berlin has many apartment
houses in the centre.
The DDR still has its
markings in the houses of
Berlin, in Berlin Mitte there
are still some buildings in
the style of the DDR.
On the other side every
sector in Berlin has its own
style. Eastern Berlin has
many “Plattenbauten”.
Whilst west Berlin has many
of its famous landmarks.
Berlin also has may parks
and lakes. In comparison to
London it is “greener”.
DDR house
<-- Plattenbauten
Park in Berlin
London
Architecture
London’s houses outside the centre
are built in a clear structure. One
street usually as a variety of single
houses all standing with the same
space between them. The single
houses usually have the same
structure: there is a front door, next to
it is a window which goes little into
the yard. Sometimes the door has a
porch door.
The centre of London is variously
designed with buildings of many
famous architects for example the
“Gherkin” designed by Norman Foster
or the “walkie -talkie” by Rafael Vinoly.
• Common houses
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• Walkie-Talkie
Gherkin
Population
London
• 8.308 million inhabitants
• 12,5% of UK population
Berlin
• 3.502 million inhabitants
• 4,3% of German population
Culture (traditions)
London
• London is famous for its rock
scene, and was the starting point
of some of the greatest 60s and
70s artists.
• London is well known for its
theatres. Particularly the “West
end theatres”.
• The red telephone box, double decker bus, black taxi and the
union flag are the main cultural
icons of London.
Berlin
• The city has a very diverse art
scene and is home to over 700 art
galleries.
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Berlin has three major opera
houses: the Deutsche Oper, Berlin
State Opera and the Komische
Oper, which are well known
• The annual Berlin Marathon is
known as a flat and fast course
• The Berliner Feststspiele and
Berliner Bratwuerste are often
associated with Berlin.
Famous People
(born in London or in Berlin)
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London
Emilia Clark
Tom Hiddelston
Gary Oldman
Daniel Radcliffe
Robert Pattinson
Helena Boham Carter
Alan Rickman
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Berlin
Dominic Monaghan
Marlene Dietrich
Dru Berrymore
Alexander von Humboldt
Franziska Troegener
Presentation by
Giulia Weidner and Charlotte
Compton

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