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Berlin is the capital city of Germany, with the population of around 3.5 million. It occupies the northeastern Germany, which is to the center of Brandenburg Metropolitan Region and has 6 million residents in the city. Berlin is slanted towards the European Plains as a result of which it is influenced by temperate climate. About one-third of the city's area is occupied by forests, parks, gardens, rivers and lakes.
Berlin's economy is fully based on service sector, creative industries, media centers and meeting venues. Berlin also serves as a main center for air and rail transportation.
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Berlin has many amazing destinations namely: Berlin state opera, Berlin wall, Berliner dom and Berliner stadtschloss which will attract the huge number of tourists. Berlin economy is also based on IT industries, pharmaceuticals, biomedical engineering, biotechnology, electronics, traffic engineering and renewable energy.
Berlin has 420 art galleries, 153 museums and 50 theaters. Museum Island is a famous place which represents the culture of Berlin. Deutsche Opera, Berlin State Opera and Komische Opera are the famous Opera houses in the city. According to the Koppen climate classification system Berlin has a humid climate. Summers are warm and sometimes humid with an average temperature of 22-25°C. Winters are cold with an average temperature of 3°C.

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In Birmingham's city center, the Town Hall was built in 1832 and is a masterpiece of Victorian architecture. Resembling a Roman temple, this impressive structure features 40 ornate Corinthian columns made of Anglesey marble.


On Cadbury's Bournville manufacturing site just a short drive from Birmingham, Cadbury World is one of the area's largest (and most popular) attractions, welcoming more than 500,000 visitors each year.


Families traveling with budding young scientists won't want to miss Thinktank, Birmingham Science Museum. This award-winning museum includes a large number of fascinating science-related exhibits, many of them hands-on and interactive.


The Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery, opened in 1885, is considered one of the finest such museums outside London.


  • The Galleria: This is the famous shopping mall, where you get all kinds of accessories, gifts, toys, jewellery, housewares, cosmetics etc.
  • The Summit: It is one of the premier shopping mall and dining destination, and a place for buying latest fashions items from the stores.
  • WaterMark Outlet Center: The Watermark Place Outlet has over 20 unique stores, where you get household items, fashionable products, books and toys.

Places to visit

  • Cadbury world: called as "Chocolate world". It is a center which tells about history of chocolate, and can also learn about how cocoa beans are used in making Chocolates.
  • Botanical gardens: These garden has four glasshouses and 15 acres of ornamental gardens opened in the year 1832, which was designed by JC Loudon.
  • West Midlands Safari park: This is located 20 miles far from Birmingham, which is the known as West Midlands Safari Park. This park covers an area of 200 acres.
  • Museums & Galleries: Award-winning science museum containing ten galleries of historical items, modern innovative and fantastic facts. Visitors can explore everything from aircrafts to steam engines.


Trains: The two major railway stations in Birmingham are Birmingham New Street and Birmingham Snow Hill station, which handles the following cities namely Midland Metro, Bilston, Wednesbury and West Bromwich. Birmingham also has extensive canal system, which helped the city during the industrial revolution.
Bus: Bus, Local train and Trams are the local public transport in the city. Bus routes are handled by National Express West Midlands.
Airport: Birmingham Airport is the seventh crowded airport in United Kingdom and third crowded airport outside the London followed by Manchester and Edinburgh. The major airlines operated from the Birmingham airport are Flybe, Ryanair, Bmibaby, Monarch Airlines and Thomson Airways they are connecting to international centers like Dubai, New York-Newark, Frankfurt, Munich, Paris-Charles de Gaulle and Amsterdam.

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Consulate General of India 20 Augusta Street, Jewellery Quarter, Hockley, Birmingham B18 6JL
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