The bright blue TV Tower & Bode Museum is seen reflected in the River Spree.
A multi-colored Brandenburg Gate.
The Alte Museum on Berlin's Museum Island.
At Alexanderplatz, Berliners enjoy the huge light display. The Victory Column in Berlin's Tiergarten.
Berlin turns into a kaleidoscope.
Berlin's Brandenburg Gate.
The sky is lighted up around the "Alex," the 368-meter-high television tower in Alexanderplatz, center of the former East Berlin.
Here is the top part of the TV tower.
The central pathway on Unter den Linden.
Here is a fuzzy photo of the Konzerthaus (Concert Hall) in Berlin's neoclassical Gendarmenmarkt square. Source: 1, 2, 3 & 4.
Here is the Funkturm, or TV tower, of the large convention center in the western part of the city.
Here is an illuminated tour boat on the Spree, the river running east to west through Berlin. Other ships and a number of bicycle taxis in Berlin will also be colorfully lit.
The Konzerthaus in Gerdarmenmarkt.
A young man performs a pyrotechnic firedance below the TV tower in Berlin's Alexanderplatz.
Palais am Festungsgraben.
Next to her illuminated installation 'Vanished Berlin Wall in front of Brandenburg Gate Korean Artist Eun Sook Lee performs.
The FESTIVAL OF LIGHTS™ included more than 40 sights, squares and buildings spreading a magic light all over the city from East to West, among others Brandenburg Gate, Victory Column, German, French and Berlin, etc..
Beside Unter den Linden, the TV-Tower and the Brandenburg Gate, modern building complexes such as Neues Kranzler Eck and the DomAquarée were illuminated as well. Every night a magic light spread from east to west through the city.
Life Is On The Brink!
Beautiful Rice Field Art.
Ice & Snow Sculptures.
When Niagara Falls Was Completely Frozen!