Teufelsberg is an artificial hill in Berlin, Germany, located in the Grunewald area of former West Berlin. It rises approximately 80 meters above the surrounding Teltow plateau and 120.1 meters above sea level. It was named after the Teufelssee (Devil’s Lake) in its southern vicinity. The hill is made of war debris and rubble, and covers an unfinished Nazi military-technical college (Wehrtechnische Fakultät). During the Cold War, there was a US listening post on the hill, Field Station Berlin. After the Cold War the field station was abandoned and many of the inhabitants of Berlin expressed themselves by painting on the structures. Today, the place is a cold post-war hovel and a very special place with a lot of street art.
First of all, the view is fantastic from Teufelberg. As it is the tallest point in the area, you get a 360 degree witch alone is worth the trip.
Then you get to see the structures and it’s history
And finally, all the amazing pieces of art