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TODAY IN KREUZBERG: DECEMBER 3rd – PFUELSCHE SCHWIMMANSTALT

On December 3rd, 1866, a cold and damp Berlin winter day, the country and the king were in mourning: General Ernst von Pfuel was dead. Gone was the man who … Continue reading

Dec 9, 2013

TODAY IN KREUZBERG: AUGUST 26 – FROM PIONIERWEG TO THE VINEGAR FACTORY

At least two events dated August 26th are worth mentioning today and both took place in the first half of the 19th century. 1813 The sandy road connecting Hallesches Tor … Continue reading

Aug 29, 2012

Protected: TODAY IN KREUZBERG: FEBRUARY 1 – CARL HOPPE OR THE MAN WHO WOULD LIFT THE MEMORIAL

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Feb 1, 2012

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