A Berlin landmark, at the centre of the Tiergarten park in what was East Berlin. It is also known as the victory column, and rises from the centre of a round-about to look over the city. The column is topped by a golden statue (nicknamed ``Golden Else'' by locals) of a winged angel of victory, bearing a standard and a wreath of victory.

The statue appears famously in both of Wim Wenders' angel films: Wings of Desire and its sequel, Far Away, So Close. It was constructed in the 1800s to celebrate Prussian military victories.