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Der Deutsche Dom gehört zu den bedeutenden Sehenswürdigkeiten von Berlin. Er befindet sich gegenüber dem Französischen Dom auf dem Gendarmenmarkt in der Friedrichstadt im Ortsteil Mitte (Bezirk Mitte).

 

The Neue Kirche (English: New Church; colloquially Deutscher Dom, i.e., German Church), is located in Berlin on the Gendarmenmarkt across from French Church of Friedrichstadt (French Church). Its parish comprised the northern part of the then new quarter of Friedrichstadt.

Heizkraftwerk Wilmersdorf

The Paul-Löbe-Haus is a legislative building in Berlin next to the Reichstag

Mediaspree | Berlin, Germany 2016

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Kraftwerk Klingenberg

 

Thermal power station in Berlin. It was build in 1925. Today it is running on coal and gas. It is named after Georg Klingenberg a German engineer, who has designed over 70 power station all over the world.

 

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Berlin Germany near the brandenburg gate.

At night, from the "Platz des 18. März".

 

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.....Sonnenaufgang

.....salida del sol

.....sunrise

.....lever du soleil

 

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Shot taken from Berlin Cathedral. Prominent buildings from the left: Rotes Rathaus, Altes Stadthaus, Nikolaikirche. else some typical Plattenbau

 

Das Bild ist aufgenommen vom Berliner Dom. Die Hauptgebäude von links: Rotes Rathaus, Altes Stadthaus, Nikolaikirche. Ansonsten viel Plattenbau ...

 

The Berlin blue hour from above.

Berlin Skyline mit Roten Rathaus im Vordergrund

Ich stehe auf dem Drachenberg mit einem Blick in Richtung Teufelsberg. Der Teufelsberg ist ein künstlicher Berg der durch Trümmer aus dem 2. Weltkrieg zusammengetragen wurde.

Der Teufelsberg ist eines der höchsten geografischen Erhebungen in Berlin mit ca. 120 m

Auf dem Teufelsberg steht eine nicht mehr genutzt Abhöranlage der NSA die besichtigt werden kann.

 

I stand on the Dragon Mountain with a view towards Devilmountain. The Devilmountain is an artificial mountain gathered by debris from World War II.

The Devilmountain is one of the highest geographical surveys in Berlin with about 120 m

On the Devilmountain there is a dishwasphery system of the NSA, which is no longer in use and can be visited.

 

Reichstag, Tiergarten, Berlin, Deutschland.

 

El edificio del Reichstag se encuentra en el barrio del Tiergarten, en el distrito Mitte de Berlín, capital de Alemania. Fue la sede del Reichstag en tiempos del II Imperio alemán (1871-1918) y más tarde del parlamento de la República de Weimar (1919-1933). Desde 1994 se reúne allí cada cinco años la Asamblea Federal (Bundesversammlung) para elegir al presidente de Alemania (Bundespräsident) y desde 1999 es el lugar de reunión del parlamento alemán (Bundestag).

 

El edificio, diseñado por Paul Wallot, terminó de construirse en 1894 siguiendo un estilo neorrenacentista. En 1933 fue víctima de un incendio provocado cuya autoría no llegó a esclarecerse del todo. Al final de la Segunda Guerra Mundial, durante la Batalla de Berlín, fue escenario de cruentos combates y resultó seriamente dañado. En la década de 1960 se realizaron las reformas más urgentes. El aspecto que tiene en la actualidad lo adquirió durante unas obras en los años 1990, responsabilidad del arquitecto británico Sir Norman Foster.

 

The Reichstag building is located in the Tiergarten district in the Mitte district of Berlin, the capital of Germany. It was the seat of the Reichstag in times of the Second German Empire (1871-1918) and later the Parliament of the Weimar Republic (1919-1933). Since 1994 the Federal Assembly (Bundesversammlung) meets there every five years to elect the President of Germany (Bundespräsident) and since 1999 it is the meeting place of the German Parliament (Bundestag).

 

The building, designed by Paul Wallot, was completed in 1894 in a neo-Renaissance style. In 1933, he was the victim of arson, the authorship of which was not fully clarified. At the end of World War II, during the Battle of Berlin, it was the scene of bloody fighting and was seriously damaged. The most urgent reforms were carried out in the 1960s. The look it has today was acquired during construction in the 1990s, under the responsibility of British architect Sir Norman Foster.

Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung, Mitte, Berlin, Deutschland.

 

El Ministerio Federal de Educación e Investigación (BMBF) es una autoridad federal suprema de la República Federal de Alemania. La sede o primera sede oficial del Ministerio Federal se encuentra en el llamado Kreuzbauten en la ciudad federal de Bonn, la segunda sede oficial en Berlín.

 

The Federal Ministry for Education and Research (BMBF) is a supreme federal authority of the Federal Republic of Germany. The headquarters or first official headquarters of the Federal Ministry is located in the so-called Kreuzbauten in the federal city of Bonn, the second official headquarters in Berlin.

Spree, Berlin.

 

El río Spree es un río de Alemania que se comunica por medio de canales navegables con el mar Báltico y se ensancha en Berlín formando un puerto fluvial. Serpentea por buena parte de la ciudad y sirve de marco a varios de los edificios más emblemáticos. Es un afluente del Havel, afluente a su vez del Elba.

 

El río nace en los montes de Lusacia, cerca de la frontera entre Alemania y la República Checa, y fluye hacia el norte atravesando Berlín, la capital alemana, donde confluye con el Havel tras de un curso de 403 km. Entre Cottbus y Lübben (Spreewald) se divide en un sistema de canales de navegación que da origen a una región boscosa y pantanosa.​

 

A partir de la reunificación alemana iniciada en la década de 1990, el Spree a recobrado importacia para Berlín. Así la atractividad para la creación nuevas áreas urbanizables en su curso y el desarrollo turístico de excursiones en bote se ha visto incrementada.

 

Por otra parte, desde 2019 las aguas del Spree abastecen al Cottbuser Ostsee, el lago artificial más grande de Alemania.

 

The Spree River is a river in Germany that communicates via navigable channels with the Baltic Sea and widens into Berlin forming a river port. It winds through much of the city and serves as a framework for several of the most iconic buildings. It is a tributary of the Havel, a tributary of the Elbe.

 

The river rises in the mountains of Lusatia, near the border between Germany and the Czech Republic, and flows north through Berlin, the German capital, where it meets the Havel after a 403 km course. Between Cottbus and Lübben (Spreewald) it is divided into a system of navigation channels that gives rise to a wooded and swampy region.

 

Since the German reunification started in the 1990s, the Spree has regained importance for Berlin. Thus the attractiveness for the creation of new urbanizable areas in its course and the tourist development of boat excursions has been increased.

 

Furthermore, since 2019 the waters of the Spree supply the Cottbuser Ostsee, the largest artificial lake in Germany.

Schnittlauch (Allium schoenoprasum)

 

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Waldreben (Clematis)

 

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Berlin tauentzienstraße

.....im Morgenlicht

.....in the morning light

.....dans la lumière du matin

.....en la luz de la mañana

 

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