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PANTA RHEI: OF MOVING AND RELOCATING IN BERLIN’S TIERGARTEN

  Wrangelbrunnen, a beautiful neo-classicist fountain designed by Hugo Hagen was unveiled in March 1877 at the no longer existing Kemperplatz in the Tiergarten (now more or less the large … Continue reading

Apr 23, 2018 · 3 Comments

KEMPERPLATZ IN BERLIN-TIERGARTEN

  This beautiful plaza on the southern edge of the park of Tiergarten, once of the finest and most frequented places in Berlin, is completely gone today. What remains is … Continue reading

Jan 21, 2015

SPOTTED IN PASSING: RAINY SUMMER IN GRIMMSTRASSE

Spotted last summer at Wrangelbrunnen – that year the fountain often remained dry while the heavens were spitting down water. Not the way God intended it to be:)

May 3, 2013 · 2 Comments

SPOTTED IN PASSING: LATTE TO GO

Spotted at Wrangelbrunnen in Grimmstrasse in Kreuzberg 61.

May 3, 2013

SPOTTED IN PASSING: WRANGELBRUNNEN PRAYS FOR SUNSHINE

A bit of an ancient magic rite in Grimmstrasse today. Clearly we are getting desperate here. But let’s give a double cheer to the one who knitted that flip-flop:)

Aug 17, 2011

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