Berlin Niederkirchnerstrasse. The Martin-Gropius-Bau is one of my favourite buildings in Berlin, but doing a comparison shot from 1990 to 2018 is difficult because the trees now largely block the view, even in winter. I went to Berlin this year in mid-March specifically to get architectural shots with the trees bare, and I was pleased with some of the results. Not here though.
Creation Date: 20 Mar 2018 at 10:13:06
Berlin Sigismundstrasse on the 16th of March 2018. On the right, Mies Van Der Rohe’s New National Gallery, once the pride of West Berlin, now an invalid case with years under scaffolding before it can be used again.
Spandau Reformationsplatz viewed from the south side, with the statue of Joachim II, the Elector of Brandenburg on the right, by the tower of the Spandau Nikolaikirche. Taken on a freezing cold Sunday in March 2018.
Spandau Reformationsplatz March 2018. The street sign is in a ‘Black Letter Font’, to complement the old architecture. The small sign above it says ‘bis 1939 Heinrichsplatz’.
Berlin Stresemannstrasse at the corner with Köthener Strasse. The building behind was the lonely building marooned in the Death Zone of the Berlin Wall shown in my picture linked to here.
The DDR Palast der Republik lives again in the form of a gigantic enlargement of a photograph taken in the foyer area which displayed officially commissioned artworks. These artworks are now on display at the Barberini Museum in Potsdam until May 2018.