Berlin, since 1990 once again the capital of the reunified Germany, is distinguished by an exciting and unusual history that is mirrored in its unique architecture and museums with countless works of art famous throughout the world. The Reichstag building, the Brandenburg Gate, the Palace of Charlottenburg, and Potsdamer Platz are only a few of the many stops the viewer can explore in detail. Berlin exerts a very special fascination, not least because of its former status as a divided city. This richly illustrated volume offers a comprehensive insight into this metropolis’ boundless diversity. In sensitively written texts the author presents a journey through the most significant stages of Berlin’s artistic and architectual history, from its beginning to the present day. More than 600 splendid photographs document the eventful artistic and cultural development of this extraordinay city, which to this day is famous for its pulsating life.
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