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The Sony Center is a building complex located at the Potsdamer Platz in Berlin, Germany. The Sony Center was designed by Helmut Jahn and construction was completed in 2000 at a total cost of US$800M. It contains a mix of shops, restaurants, a conference center, hotel rooms, luxurious rented suites and condominiums, offices, art and film museums, movie theaters, an IMAX theater, and a "Sony Style" store much like the one in San Francisco. Free Wi-Fi connections are available for all visitors. During the 2006 Weltmeisterschaft (World Cup), the center also had a large television screen on which the games were broadcasted to viewers sitting in the large open area in the middle.

The Sony Center is convienently located near the Potsdamerplatz Bahnhof for easy walking accessibility. A large mall is nearby, as is a myriad of hotels, the Deutsche Bahn central offices, and an office building featuring the fastest elevator in Europe.

360° Panorama inside the Sony Center

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Nice shoot!

10/10
 

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the thought of just being under the roof dinning or just walking is exciting

the night pictures are extremely cool.

places like this make city feel vibrating, full of life and envigorating

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Oh, I forgot to rate: 10/10 of course :)

I went there several times and I love this place. Some advice: Go to one of the bars/restaurants and enjoy a good german beer in front of this artificial "pond" :) Geil stuff.
 

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Interesting structure. It's mammoth yet alluring.

Canopied modern malls suuported by office componenets, like Golden Terraces being constructed in Warsaw, seem to be the go.

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