Unter den Linden


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Unter den Linden

the main street of Berlin, formerly in East Berlin, extending to the Brandenburg Gate
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The Kronprinzenpalais on the Unter den Linden boulevard is to serve as a key location for the project; organizers of the event are however still negotiating with the managers of the building.
Address: Unter den Linden 78, entrance in Wilhelmstrasse, 10117 Berlin
Hotel de Rome just opened its doors in Berlin, close to Unter den Linden. Rooms are fitted with walk-in showers and walk-in closets.
Out of the rubble of war and discarded ideologies, the German capital has reestablished the old city center around the stately Unter den Linden, displacing the hubs of East and West Berlin from Alexanderplatz and Kurfurstendamm, respectively.
In this central location, on Berlin's east-west axis between Unter den Linden and the Brandenburg Gate, it grew and flourished until 1937, when the arts were ousted in favour of Albert Speer's office for the replanning of 'Germania'.
Perhaps the best location to begin an independent visit is Pariser Platz and the Brandenburg Gate (1789), a triumphal arch effectively serving as the entrance to the stadt mitte (city center) ranging eastward along Unter den Linden (Under the Lime Trees) to the River Spree and beyond.
Semionova is a young ballerina at Berlin's Staatsoper Unter den Linden under the artistic direction of Vladimir Malakhov, and while only 19 years old she has a surprising maturity.
Unter den Linden, which, like a branch in sunshine,
The BIR's Spring convention and exhibition is May 24-26 at the Maritim proArte hotel, in what BIR publicity materials call "the heart of Berlin, just a few steps away from the magnificent Boulevard 'Unter den Linden' and other sights."
We walked back down Unter den Linden, passing the university that opened in 1810, to the Altes Museum, the monument of neoclassical architecture by Karl Friedrich Schinkel, which Yetta photographed (an image that later became the frontispiece of my book).
Despite 500,000 people marching for peace up the Unter den Linden to the Brandenburg Gate, the apprehension that George W.
Most sites of interest are in and around the Mitte District - the Tiergarten, the Reichstag, the Brandenburg Gate, Unter den Linden and Friedrichstrasse.