For some reason I didn't have auto focus turned on for this increasingly rare example of an unrenovated building in Mitte.
Charity's Children, or Charity Children. Apparently they play often at the Mauerpark on Sundays and they were really good.
I'm fascinated by the Soviet-ness of the Thalmann Statue. The DDR apartments in the back don't hurt either.
I think I read that this is a Nazi era erection.
I will never photograph all of Berlin's churches. Probably.
Constantly astounded by Berlin architecture creativity.
This is in the Slow Travel Berlin "100 Favourite Places" Book. Number 19. It does have an interesting back story.
A riveting story told here with no happy end.
I like the way Berlin honors idealistic Leftists.
The light finally allowed me to do justice to the Anhalter Bahnhof.
We live over an ice cream shop!
If you visit the Stasi Museum you'll read about something clandestine, violent and nefarious that happened at this intersection.