Squares, buildings and views of German's capital.

The Monument to Freedom and Unity under construction in front of the south-west facade of the Humboldt Forum, the reconstructed Berlin Palace.
The Alte Nationalgalerie (Old National Gallery) was built in 1876 and is now part of the Museum Island complex and with that is a World Heritage Site. It has one of the largest collections of 19th-century sculptures and paintings in Germany.
Panorama taken close to the Neptune Fountain in Berlin. Looking around there is the St. Mary's Church, the TV Tower, the Red Town Hall and - at some distance - the Humboldt Forum and the "Berliner Dom" (Berlin Cathedral).
The Gustav Heinemann Bridge is a pedestrian bridge over the river Spree connecting Berlin Main Station with the government district. It was named after Gustav Heinemann, who from 1969 to 1974 was the third president of Germany.
The Hackesche Höfe is a complex of 8 courtyards in the center of Berlin, built in 1906 in Jugendstil style. The panorama shows courtyard number 3.
Wanda Stang is a German artist and surface/textile-designer. She lives and works in Berlin.
The memorial is situated one block south of the Brandenburg Gate. Designed by Peter Eisenman it consists of 2,710 concrete steles in a grid pattern and with varying heights.