Not uncommon in Berlin, this municipal structure is a prominent display of Gothic-Revival architecture. It was originally built in 1901 and took inspiration from one of Gothic architecture's most famous castles called the Albrecht Castle, which is in the eastern town of Meissen.
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N52° 33' 01.188"E13° 22' 35.2452"
This image was taken in front of Amtsgericht Wedding, which is a municipality building in Berlin. I stood in the middle of the lawn in front of the entrance to the building. Once you get to the location, reference the GPS coordinates and you'll find the exact spot where I stood.
By public transportation:
- U-Bhf Pankstraße (via line U8 or bus M27 or N8)
- Head southwest on Prinzenallee toward Badstraße
- Continue onto Pankstraße
- Turn right
Amtsgericht Wedding Brunnenpl. 1, 13357 Berlin, Germany
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