Germany's capital, Berlin is one of Europe's great cities yet until the 17th century was a small town of little significance. Its art and architecture range from grandiose Romanticism to post-modern with a generous dash of Art Nouveau at the turn of the last century. Join Prof Anne Anderson to explore this evolution with a succession of visits to different quarters and a wealth of world class museums and galleries.
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