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Three huge, human-like sculptures rise out of the water and behind them loom four even bigger buildings. Situated on the ... More
Three huge, human-like sculptures rise out of the water and behind them loom four even bigger buildings. Situated on the banks of the River Spree , these futuristic buildings are known as the Treptowers. The main building is the headquarters of the colossal German insurance company, Allianz and is home to its fantastic collection of modern art. Open to visitors once a month, art lovers can admire the works of twentieth century masters at heady heights and with fantastic views over the city. Occasionally, a light show turns the complex into an amazing festival of light.
The Contemporary Fine Arts Gallery (previously known as Bruno Brunnet Fine Arts) has occupied a studio in the Sophien Gips
Höfe in Mitte since 1996. Artists who have exhibited here over the years include Maike Abetz, Oliver Drescher, Thomas ...
This imposing communist monument was built in memory of the 20,000 Soviet soldiers who died during the battle for Berlin
in 1945. It took 1,200 workers over three years to build (1946 9) and is constructed from the granite ...
Sixty years after World War II, the city of Berlin unveiled its monument to the Jewish victims of the crimes
of the Third Reich. An international symbol of German atrocities, this controversial Holocaust memorial, located next to the Brandenburger ...