A view to the backside of the ruin of Anhalter Bahnhof – or actually of the ruin of the facade of Anhalter Bahnhof, since nothing else is left.
A view from the highrise in Voltastrasse, housing the Deutsche Welle headquarters. In the center of the photo you can see the almost iconic floodlights of Jahnstadion – the football stadium at Friedrich-Ludwig-Jahn-Sportpark next to Mauerpark. On the left side you find the satellite dishes, from where Deutsche Welle is broadcasting 20/7.
The photo was taken in HDR with an iPhone4.
View through the Brandenburg Gate to the TV Tower on a sunny day in October.
An ‘inside view’ of the Brandenburg Gate.
Another photo of the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin on a sunshiny day in October.
A series of four garages designed by the danish designer and architect Arne Jacobsen.
The iconic facade of the apartment building by Egon Eiermann.
The sign of the Hansaplatz U-Bahn Station – in the background you can see the logo of the Grips Theatre.
The ‘Eternithaus’ (official name: ‘Interbau Objekt 25 A’) in Altonaer Strasse was designed and built by architect Paul Baumgarten.
In this picture you can see the almost brutalist looking bell tower of the Kaiser Friedrich Memorial Church (Kaiser-Friedrich-Gedächtniskirche) at Händelallee 20, gidden behind some green. The church was designed by the architect Ludwig Lemmer and was built in 1957 – just like most of the other buildings at Hansaviertel.
- Kaiser-Friedrich-Gedächtniskirche (wikipedia.org)