In 1936, Nazi Germany hosted the Olympics in its capital of Berlin. In the charged political atmosphere prior to WW2, there were boycott movements across many allied countries. The stadiums are stunning and take on the typical Nazi architecture of the time.
Hitler’s spectacular airport that was never fully completed stands in Berlin where it is now used as a public park by locals. It takes on the typical grandiose Nazi style of architecture, and it was meant to intimidate visitors as soon as they arrived in Nazi Germany.
The site of the unconditional surrender of the German Armed Forces to the Allied powers on 8 May 1945. It is presently a museum commemorating the war and the Soviet efforts that helped secure an Allied victory for WW2.
Built by Belopolsky in typical Soviet style, this memorial commemorates the thousands of Soviet soldiers who died in the Battle of Berlin during WW2. This memorial is grandiose in style, and it is even built with parts from Hitler’s Reich Chancellery.