On 15 July, the Berlin Wall learns to fly—because on this Thursday, it is going to rise around 100-metres. The occasion: in the new “PANORAMAPUNKT” at the top of the Kollhof-Towers at Potsdamer Platz, the new open-air exhibition “Berliner Blicke” (Berliner Views) opens. With a helicopter, an original piece of the Berlin Wall will be flown up to the 24th storey of the building. The goal is an entry into the Guiness Book of World Records. And whoever wants to can not only be present at the world record attempt live, but also win something: amongst all the photo submissions of the “Flying Wall” action, great prizes will be drawn.
The winner will receive an overnight stay in the new Scandic Hotel. The PANORAMAPUNKT at Potsdamer Platz, which was expanded by the all-round glass walled PANORAMACAFÉ, not only counts as the new hot-spot of Berlin—with the exhibition, the viewing platform now also offers spectacular insights into the history of Potsdamer Platz.