The Berliner Stadtschloss was a royal palace, winter residence of the Kings of Prussia and the German Emperors, originally built in the fifteenth century. It was subject to seriously damage during WWII. The fragile building was destroyed and removed in 1950 by the GDR.
However, t is now under reconstruction, due to open in late 2019 when it will become the home of the Humboldtforum museum and congress complex.
Copyright Debbie Smyth, 3 June 2017
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