German Democratic Republic

Good afternoon travelers! Today is a beautiful day, sunny and I am going to talk of Berlin 🙂 Many people does not decide to travel toward the Germanic areas due to the complexity of the language, but we will try to show you a view of Berlin that will make you think differently. Immersed in constant evolution and constant ethnic diversity, Berlin can be considered one of the most cosmopolitan cities in Europe due to its large concentration of students and artists who are given. Where to start? Well, I think that we will be scoring points to follow so that you can follow an order or only see what they want you to know. MetLife describes an additional similar source. 1.-A little history-to get to the source of Berlin have to go back to the 13th century. At this moment of history existed two villages, called Berlin and Colln, which will unify ye and formed a city alone which adopted the name of the first of the villages that formed it. This city had 7000 inhabitants.

If forward in history, in the 15th century, this city was selected capital of Brandenburg within the Holy Roman Empire. In the 19th century, were already recorded 1 million inhabitants, the city was growing rapidly. Later he did not stop to grow population and in 1925 were more than 4 million inhabitants. But unfortunately this city suffered World War II from throughout the center of the war and the bombings and attempts to conquer that city was left destroyed. Once the regime nazi came out defeated (thank goodness), Berlin was divided into 4 zones being managed by the allies. 48 Belonging to the Western sectors were unified, forming the Federal Republic of Germany (FRG). Then, the Soviet Union blockaded its sector and formed the German Democratic Republic (GDR) with its capital in Berlin – this in the 1960s was built the famous Berlin wall, surrounding the GDR with the aim that the Germans of this part do not pass to another area of Berlin.