Charlottenburg Gate, Historic Berlin Arch, Building, Tor Photos, Design Images
Charlottenburg Gate Berlin, Germany
Historic Structure in central Berlin, Germany Architecture
Location: west end of Tiergarten
Photos © Adrian Welch
Charlottenburger Tor with Charlottenburger Brücke is a Neo-Baroque building in the Charlottenburg district of Berlin. It was erected in 1907 at the behest of the then independent City of Charlottenburg, it was meant as a counterpart to Berlin’s Brandenburg Gate.
The Gates flank the western approach to the main thoroughfare Straße des 17. Juni (former Charlottenburger Chaussee) through the Großer Tiergarten park, which passes either sided of the Berlin Victory Column in the centre, on through Brandenburg Gate to the central Mitte district, where it continues as the Unter Den Linden boulevard.
By 1970, the gate and its surrounds had been restored in their 1930s position, except for the candelabra. A second renovation was begun in 2004. Finally, the two candelabra were rebuilt in 2009.
Location:Charlottenburg Tor, Berlin, Germany , western Europe
Berlin Architectural Designs
Contemporary Architecture in Berlin – architectural selection below:
Berlin Architecture Designs – chronological list
photo © Adrian Welch
Cube Berlin, Washington Platz
Design: 3XN, Architects, Denmark
photo © Adam Mørk
Cube Berlin Building
An 11-story office building located on Washington Platz in the Europa City urban district. The 19,000 sqm commercial property was produced by CA Immo.
Berlin Hyp Bank HQ
Architects: C.F. Møller Architects
image courtesy of architects practice
Berlin Hyp Bank HQ Building
The new HQ is designed to support the banks sustainable vision, while at the same time contributing to the transition and urban development of the surrounding area.
Website: Visit Berlin
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