- With a total area of approximately 892 km², Berlin is as large as the cities of Munich, Stuttgart and Frankfurt am Main all put together.
- The city comprises 12 districts, each composed of neighborhoods and centers with entirely different characters.
- One quarter of Berlin's area is covered by forests and parks and nearly a tenth of the city's area is covered by lakes, rivers and canals.
- Berlin is both a city-state and the capital of the Federal Republic of Germany. Its metropolitan area forms one of the most important urban centers in Germany and Europe.
|Geographic location||Geographic center - Berlin City Hall (Berliner Rathaus)|
Latitude 52° 31' 12" N Longitude 13° 24' 36" E
|Apparent local time||6 minutes, 22 seconds behind Central European Time|
12:00 pm CET = 11:53:38 pm Apparent Local Time in Berlin
|Length of the city border||234 km|
|Widest point||45 km along the east-west axis |
38 km along the north south axis