Berlin's iconic TV Tower, the highest building in Germany, reopened to the public on Friday after two months of coronavirus shutdown.
A line formed by the monument, while security staff made sure to enforce social distancing between queued up visitors.
«I think they have lot of measures. You have to maintain the distance and actually it took us quite a bit to get to the top because they don't... Еще allow everybody in the elevator. Only two people maximum in the elevator. And they have good disinfection all across so it was very good,» said visitors Raguna and Adi.
The observation deck and the Sphere restaurant atop the tower are allowing 50 visitors at a time with a stay limited to 45 minutes in the deck and 2 hours in the restaurant. Tickets must be booked online in advance and the wearing of mask is mandatory.
Guests must also expect to have their contact details recorded in order to trace possible chains of infection.
The TV Tower on Alexanderplatz is one of the most famous Berlin landmarks and was inaugurated on October 3, 1969 on the 20th anniversary of the GDR.