One of the best known landmarks of Berlin stands directly adjacent to Tiergarten. The Victory Column (Siegessäule) topped by Victoria, the goddess of victory. It was originally opened in 1873 as a national monument to commemorate the Prussian/German victory over Denmark, Austria and France in what is now called the Platz der Republik in front of the Reichstag building. The Nazis felt it was in their way, so they moved it to Tiergarten in 1938. It still stands there today at the centre of a large traffic circle, the Grosser Stern. By the way, if you’re feeling ambitious you might want to climb the 295 steps to the observation platform; the view of Berlin makes it worth your while.
Strasse des 17. Juni/Grosser Stern