There is no excerpt because this is a protected post.
The 138-metre long and 27-metre wide Hindenburgbrücke – first steel-arch bridge in Berlin, designed by Friedrich Krause and his colleagues Behner, Wolffenstein and Kalb, opened on 11 September 1916, exactly … Continue reading
There have been many great books written about Berlin… but if you’ve been wanting to know more about the world’s greatest indoor helicopter flight, the time they built a second … Continue reading
Here is the next goodie-bag from the “Berliner Morgenpost” photo series “Berlin Now and Then”. Our yesterday´s trip to “the East”, covering Mitte, Prenzlauer Berg and Lichtenberg, has just been … Continue reading