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Ex-industrial buildings from the late 19th and early 20th century, nice clinker-architecture and the first (mini) highraiser of Berlin, the Borsigturm, 65 m high, built 1922-24.
Ex-industrial buildings from the late 19th and early 20th century, nice clinker-architecture and the first (mini) highraiser of Berlin, the Borsigturm, 65 m high, built 1922-24. The area houses now offices, a shopping mall and some places for entertainment. Get out at station Borsigwerke.
Am Borsigturm 1, Berlin, Germany
A remarkable medium sized classical castle by the famous K
Dicke Marie is the oldest tree in Berlin, a majestic 26 metre tall English oak on the north bank of the Grosser Malchsee Lake
The Bröhan Museum is an art and design museum developed around the collection of Karl H
The Charlottenburg Palace is the largest palace in Berlin, with magnificent baroque state rooms, elegant porcelain collections, French paintings, and sprawling gardens
Also known as 'Picasso und sein Zeit', this not so large, but precious museum hosts a very good collection of paintings and sculptures signed by Picasso, Klee, Matisse, Giacometti, and others from the first decades of the 20th century
A museum dedicated to surrealist art
The 150 metre tall Funkturm was earlier used for broadcasting radio and television, but now houses a restaurant at 55 metres above ground and an observation deck at a height of 126 metres