ALEXA ON ICE: Icy Wonders From The Colosseum To The Reichstag

Icy wonders of the world\"in Berlin: the great wall of China passes the Indian Taj Mahal to the great pyramids of Giza. Brazilian Carnival dancers swinging their hips between the Mayan city of Chichen Itza and the statue of the Christ of Rio. And polar bear Knut lounging at the Brandenburg Gate. Where? In the middle of Berlin: in addition to the shopping and leisure center Alexa at the Alexanderplatz. In a special Thermohalle a glitzy world of ice and snow to a stroll through 4,000 years invites marvels – from antiquity until the modern Berlin. Almost 50 artists from all over the world have created 30 scenes with up to 5.50 m high artwork from hundreds tons of ice and snow. Alexa is open on ice\"from February 2 to 6 April, daily from 10 to 22 hrs.

Tip for visitors: eight degrees below zero prevail constant in the Hall. Thick shoes and clothing are recommended. What's to see? Dozens of ice and snow sculptures are on ice\"Alexa. See wonders from antiquity to the modern Berlin\"strip the visitors through a scene from architectural masterpieces from all over the world. From Asian buildings such as the great wall of China and the Indian Taj Mahal, the trail leads to the Roman Colosseum and statues by Michelangelo. The pyramids of Giza, a pyramid of the Mayan city of Chichen Itza and the ruins of Machu Picchu from the Inca Empire reminiscent of past civilizations.

About Rio de Janeiro, it continues to Berlin. Brandenburg Gate, the Reichstag and the Olympic Stadium are just a few examples of icy structures in the capital. On the way, the visitors meet Brazilian dancers, Chinese Terracottasoldaten, Roman Legionnaires and Mayan priests. The construction of the thermal Hall has begun the preparation of early January, middle of the month more than 100 blocks of ice were delivered.