COVID-19 – 46 POSTS

COVID-19

This blog is the result of the COVID-19 lockdown, it was conceived, designed, programmed and the first 46 posts were online, all within just 3 short months.

First 46 Posts

  • The Crack In The PavementThe Crack In The Pavement
    Mundane However innocuous and mundane things may at first appear, There’s nothing in this world that isn’t interesting, absolutely everything has a story to tell, even the humble crack in the ...
  • Berlin CathedralBerlin Cathedral
    The postcard from c.1910 shows on the left part of the old Berlin Palace, the main residence of the royal house of Hohenzollern, which was famously detonated in 1950 with ...
  • BülowstraßeBülowstraße
    Named after the Prussian General Friedrich Wilhelm Freiherr von Bülow in remembrance of the Wars of Liberation fought against Napoleon in 1813 this station first opened in 1902 on what ...
  • The Altes MuseumThe Altes Museum
    Designed by Karl Friedrich Schinkel in the neoclassical style and built between 1823 and 1830, this protected building is one of an ensemble of culturally significant historic buildings on the ...
  • Satan’s PileSatan's Pile
    A palace of graffiti This must be Berlin’s most famous “lost” place. The name itself conjures up visions of otherworldly experiences, of a resident evil eliminating the joy of existence, and the site’s ...
  • Palace BridgePalace Bridge
    An arched bridge designed by Karl Friedrich Schinkel was built of sandstone between 1821 and 1824, it marks the eastern end of Under den Linden, Berlin’s famous boulevard. The Berliner Dom ...
  • Old FritzOld Fritz
    The statue of King Friedrich II of Prussia, who, sitting astride his horse in the middle of Under den Linden, is ruler of all he surveys. History has been kind to ...
  • The GendarmenmarktThe Gendarmenmarkt
    The Gendarmenmarkt is probably the most beautiful square in Berlin, where the architectural ensemble of the Berlin concert hall,, the French and German churches can be found. First built in 1688 ...
  • The Bode MuseumThe Bode Museum
    The Bode Museum one of a group of museums on the Museum Island in Berlin was completed in 1904 and originally called the Kaiser-Friedrich-Museum, it was later renamed by the ...
  • The Anhalter BridgeThe Anhalter Bridge
    These images, taken almost 120 years apart,  show not only the great changes this location has undergone, but also how the basic layout is  still very recognisable. The image from c.1900 ...

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