Anupam Bansal,
Malini Kochupillai


Delhi
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Maholy Nagy

Telehor
Internationale Zeitschrift
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Wilfried Wang,
Dan Sylvester

Philharmonie
Hans Scharoun

Berlin 1956-1963
 

   

 

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Monuments
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Sculptures
Tiergarten
The Rosa-Luxemburg-Memorial

Index

Cemetery Hall. Tor

Memorial Tablets

Sale e Tabacchi

The Deserted Room

Luisenst. Canal Gardens

Comenius Garden

Nat. Reserve Schöneberg

Russian Church

R. Luxemburg Memorial

Cadillacs in Concrete

Schildhorn Column

Heerstraße Cemetery
Kleist's Grave
Mori-Ogai Memorial

At the edge of the Tiergarten is an unusual path, the Katharina-Heinroth-Ufer, which runs between the southern bank of the Landwehr Canal and the bordering Zoologischer Garten (Zoological Garden). The exit is closed at dusk, at 9.00 pm at the latest. During the day, however, many walkers are attracted by the exotic sounds and by a clear view of the animals without having to pay. Right under Lichtensteinbrücke (Lichtenstein Bridge) a massive cast-iron plate has been installed, dropped diagonally into the water on which the name of Rosa Luxemburg appears in raised capital letters. It marks the spot where the murdered revolutionary was thrown into the canal. Only a few hundred metres further to the North, a memorial on a meadow on the bank of the Neue See (New Lake) reminds one of Karl Liebknecht’s murder. Both memorials carry the stamp “Kunstguss VEB Lauchhammerwerk 1987” (Art casting VEB Lauchhammerwerk 1987).

 

 

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