The Berlin Project

Wesely, Michael
September 2010
Conjunctions;2010, Issue 55, p257
The article offers the author's insight on Berlin, the capital city of Germany. The author states that the political systems and social upheavals of Germany have been engraved in the urban landscape of Berlin. He adds that the city's heterogeneous appearance is due to numerous uncompleted urban planning designs. Moreover, it presents photographs of several important sites in Berlin such as the Kanadische Botschaft, Leipziger, and the Potsdamer Platz und Leipziger Platz.


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