Broken Bones

    Two weeks ago my mum had an accident – in order to get some winter boots down from the attic, she fell from a ladder and broke her shoulder joint (subcapital humerus fracture). Instead of phoning for an ambulance, she phoned me – you can imagine my – well-hidden – anger. Not becauseContinue reading “Broken Bones”

Train Stations of Berlin: Hermannplatz

  Here comes the second installment of my new blog series – train stations of Berlin! (Click here for the first one.) Hermannplatz is one of the busiest train stations in Berlin. It serves as an interchange between two service lines (U7 and U8) and was opened in 1926. The station´s architects were Alfred GrenanderContinue reading “Train Stations of Berlin: Hermannplatz”