Steglitz-Zehlendorf is the sixth borough of Berlin, formed in Berlin's 2001 administrative reform by merging the former boroughs of Steglitz and Zehlendorf.


The Steglitz-Zehlendorf borough consists of seven localities:


* The "Bierpinsel" (literally: "Beer Brush"), a 1970s style restaurant tower in Steglitz
* The Botanical Garden in Dahlem
* The Philological Library at the Free University of Berlin in Dahlem, by Norman Foster
* The Wannsee lake and villa, site of the notorious Wannsee Conference
* The Lichterfelde West "Villenkolonie" - exclusive residential area of 1860 with tree lined and cobbled streets

Twin towns

*flagicon|Germany Bad Godesberg, Bonn, Germany since 1962
*flagicon|Germany Hann. Münden, Germany since 1962
*flagicon|Germany Bremerhaven, Germany, since 1965
*flagicon|Israel Kiryat Bialik, Israel since 1966
*flagicon|Germany Nentershausen, Germany since 1966
*flagicon|Germany Hagen, Germany since 1967
*flagicon|Denmark Brøndby, Denmark since 1968
*flagicon|Italy Cassino, Italy since 1969
*flagicon|France XIIe arrondissement, Paris, France since 1970
*flagicon|Israel Sderot, Israel since 1975
*flagicon|Sweden Ronneby, Sweden since 1976
*flagicon|Germany Königs Wusterhausen, Germany since 1988
*flagicon|Hungary Szilvásvárad, Heves, Hungary since 1989
*flagicon|Ukraine Kharkiv-Ordzhonikidzevsky, Ukraine since 1990
*flagicon|Poland Kazimierz Dolny, Poland since 1993
*flagicon|Greece Sochos, Greece since 1993

External links

* [ Official Homepage de icon]
* [ Official homepage of Berlin]

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