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A remarkable medium sized classical castle by the famous K.F.
A remarkable medium sized classical castle by the famous K.F. Schinkel built 1820 to 1824, also called 'Humboldtschlösschen', because Alexander and Wilhelm von Humboldt (and their family) lived here once. At the moment no visits possible because of renovation.
Adelheidallee 19, Berlin, Germany
+49 30 8867150
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Radio Tower Berlin and Messe
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