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GHOST OF BERLIN PAST: GETRAUDENKIRCHE IN MITTE

In 1860 a brilliant Berlin photographer, Georg Bartels, took this photo of a long-forgotten and long-vanished church which stood on what is today nothing more but a busy traffic junction: … Continue reading

Feb 21, 2020 · 1 Comment

WHICH WAY TO SPITTELMARKT?

Welcome to Spittelmarkt, a central Berlin plaza in today´s Mitte, here seen from Leipziger Straße in 1904. #OTD 1900 traffic census carried out there rendered following results: between 6 AM … Continue reading

Oct 11, 2017

YOU ARE HERE: SPITTELMARKT, BERLIN-MITTE

Spittelmarkt, Berlin-Mitte, 1909 (photo: Waldemar Titzenthaler) A stunning photo of one of the most interesting and most busy Berlin streets and squares before WW2 – gone entirely afterwards. Two elements … Continue reading

Mar 23, 2014

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