Berlin - Berlin
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Famously, the German city of Berlin hosted the last Summer Olympics held before the onset of World War II, during the first half of August, 1936. Adolph Hitler and other top leaders of Nazi Germany were in attendance, and the American athlete Jesse Owens' four gold medals in track and field were regarded as an affront to Nazi ideals about racial supremacy. In this drone video by Aliencopter, you'll get a bird's eye view of the Berlin Olympic grounds, including the Bell Tower and the Berlin Olympic Stadium.
- The bell tower (The bell tower was built on the occasion of the 1936 Summer Olympics) - Berlin Olympic Stadium (It is part of the Olympic grounds (originally: Reichssportfeld) and was built in 1934-1936 for the 1936 Summer Olympics with a capacity of 100,000 spectators at the site of the previously located German Stadium. - Teufelsberg (The old air traffic control and listening station of the US Armed Forces - Dragon Mountain (The Drachenberg, like neighboring Devil's Mountain, was made from rubble after the Second World War.) Unlike its higher neighbor, its slopes are bare at the top, so the elevation offers vantage points in all directions The summit is an expansive plateau. Thanks for watching Sounds: www.soundcloud.com