Neoclassical facade elements Berlin Mitte

No. 17327

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The position consists of 17 Elbsandstein façade elements of different sizes. The fragments of ledges are provided with egg and dart, with pearl cord, with palmettes or floral decor. The objects originate from the historic area of Berlin Wilhelmstraße / Voßstraße.

An unambiguous assignment to a specific building is not possible.

Since the middle of the 18th century, impressive buildings have dominated this area. With the extension of the Friedrichstadt the Palais Marshal and in the south the building of the gold and silver manufactory were the first impressive buildings. After division of the plots, the Voßstraße was established. So that in addition to government buildings and representative townhouses of the northern ministerial gardens also some richly decorated houses emerged. Later, the entire complex was used together with the new extension as Ministry of Transport. As an important location of the National Socialists, almost all buildings were severely destroyed by the effects of the war. What remained was subsequently eliminated.



  • Saxon Sand Stone


  • Classicism