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Schinkelplatz Berlin
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The Schinkelplatz a small but urban space in the old center of Berlin. It is located near the and belongs to the district Friedrichswerder in the Mitte district. The area of ​​1700 it is bordered to the south the Berlin Academy of Architecture currently only a dummy present to the west by the Niederlagstraße and eastward through the underwater road here as a riverside walk along the copper trench - one tributary of the River Spree- runs.The square is named after the Prussian architect Karl Friedrich Schinkel ,was among the style-forming plants and the 1832-1836 School of Architecture established.

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