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Protected: TODAY IN BERLIN: FIRE AND FURY AT THE KROLL-OPERA

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Feb 1, 2018 · Enter your password to view comments.

Protected: THE POLISH COUNT, THE GERMAN REICHSTAG AND THE ITALIAN MADONNA

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Apr 13, 2017 · Enter your password to view comments.

ON TOP OF BERLIN´S REICHSTAG AD 1895

The photo above shows Reichstag building in 1895 (view from north-west). Originally, the glass used by Paul Wallot to build the cupola roof had dull surface – necessary to allow … Continue reading

Nov 24, 2016

THROUGH OLD LENSES: MOLTKEBRÜCKE

“Moltkebrücke (Moltke Bridge) under construction in 1889” (photo by Hermann Rückwardt). Moltkebrücke, named after General Field Marshall Helmuth von Moltke (Chief of Staff of the Prussian Army) spans the river … Continue reading

Oct 26, 2015

THREE BEFORE THE SIEGESSÄULE

This wonderful vintage photo, taken some time in the 1920s, captured the building of Reichstag, the German Parliament, in the background and the Siegessäule, the Victory Column, at its pre-1938 … Continue reading

Oct 20, 2015

SPOTTED IN PASSING: NEW LAND

Despite my apparent “total, utter and complete” Kreuzbergophilia, I do venture out of SW61/SO36 to enjoy the beauty of many other corners of the city, too. And although the air … Continue reading

Feb 16, 2014

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