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Architecture of Germany

20 September 2012

1877 – The Von Tiele-Winckler Mansion, Regentenstrasse, Berlin

Architect: Ebe & Benda From the 1820s onwards, members of Berlin`s middle class moved in increasing numbers to Friedrichstadt and built two to four-storey villas with large and decorative gardens. The area subsequently...

29 January 2010

1878 – Bahnhof Alexanderplatz, Berlin

Architect: Johann Eduard Jacobsthal Horribly clad on the exterior, this station on the S-Bahn still has its original 19th century heart. Originally designed by Johann Eduard Jacobsthal, it was reconstructed by Hans Joachim...

29 January 2010

1878 – Bahnhof Friedrichstrasse, Berlin

Architect: Johannes Vollmer The original station which opened in 1878 was designed by Johannes Vollmer. However due to the need for expansion over the years, very little of his work is now visible....

14 July 2009

1878 – Design for Rathaus Hamburg, Germany

Architect: Sir George Gilbert Scott

14 July 2009

1878 – Design for Rathaus Hamburg, Germany

Architect: Sir George Gilbert Scott

14 September 2012

1878 – Reichsbank, Berlin, Germany

Architect: Friedrich Hitzig Design for the new Imperial Bank or Reichsbank. Destroyed in 1945. Published in The Builder, June 23rd 1877.

30 January 2010

1880 – Alte Oper, Frankfurt

Architect: Richard Lucae Opened by Kaiser Wilhelm I in 1880, the building was financed by wealthy Frankfurt citizens and was designed in Italian Renaissance style by Richard Lucae. Destroyed in a 1944 air...

30 January 2010

1881 – Dreikönigskirche, Frankfurt

The fine Gothic revival church, the Church of the Magi was built to replace an earlier church on this site. The first church was built in 1340 as a chapel to one of...

30 January 2010

1881 – Historical Museum, Frankfurt

The historical museum of the city Frankfurt/Main was created 1878. Its order was it to acquire “suitable articles from the entire area of the culture and Kunstaltertuemer with special consideration of the city...