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”

Sepia Spell – Flight of Stairs

  This is one of the four entrances to the park I´ve introduced you to last week. The Koernerpark is situated below street level, so you have to walk down these beautiful flight of stairs to get to the garden area. Somehow this does always make me feel like a movie star 😉   Also,Continue reading “Sepia Spell – Flight of Stairs”

Sepia Spell – Wedding Bells

  I stumbled over this lovely scene while I was enjoying a walk through one of my favourite parks here in Berlin, the Körnerpark. It´s a very small park compared to many others but it has been beautifully designed (around 1912-1916) and reminds me everytime of one place or another in northern Italy. It´s situatedContinue reading “Sepia Spell – Wedding Bells”

Sepia Sunday -Road Bridge

On my latest walk around my district I came across this beautiful road bridge made of steel elements. It was build in 1912 and stretches over one of the most traveled railways in Berlin, the Ringbahn (circular railways).   I approximately took over 30 pictures of it but found that only these three were worthContinue reading “Sepia Sunday -Road Bridge”