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Nice Bb Hotel Berlin photos

A few nice bb hotel berlin images I found:

Image taken from page 602 of ‚[Appleton’s European Guide Book illustrated. Including England, Scotland, and Ireland, France, Belgium, Holland, Northern and Southern Germany, Switzerland, Italy, Spain and Portugal, Russia, Denmark, Norway, and Sweden. Cont
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Author: APPLETON, Daniel – AND CO
Shelfmark: "British Library HMNTS 10107.bb.1."
Page: 602
Place of Publishing: New York
Date of Publishing: 1877
Publisher: D. Appleton & Co.
Edition: Tenth edition … revised and corrected.
Issuance: monographic
Identifier: 000100294

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Image taken from page 490 of ‚[Appleton’s European Guide Book illustrated. Including England, Scotland, and Ireland, France, Belgium, Holland, Northern and Southern Germany, Switzerland, Italy, Spain and Portugal, Russia, Denmark, Norway, and Sweden. Cont
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Author: APPLETON, Daniel – AND CO
Shelfmark: "British Library HMNTS 10107.bb.20."
Page: 490
Place of Publishing: London
Date of Publishing: 1872
Publisher: Longmans & Co.
Edition: Fifth edition, corrected to June 1, 1872.
Issuance: monographic
Identifier: 000100289

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Nice Berlin Hotel Berlin photos

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20071018 Berlin EOS1362
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Luise Berlin Hotel. Berlin, Germany.

[Berlin] Hotel Adlon
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Site of Michael Jackson’s infamous "baby dangling out the window" scene

Adina Berlin
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Cool Hotel Berlin Apartment images

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Karl-Marx-Allee Berlin
hotel berlin apartment
Image by Roberto Maldeno

The Karl-Marx-Allee is a monumental socialist boulevard built by the GDR between 1952 and 1960 in Berlin Friedrichshain and Mitte. Today the boulevard is named after Karl Marx.

The boulevard was named Stalinallee between 1949 and 1961 (previously Große Frankfurter Straße), and was a flagship building project of East Germany’s reconstruction programme after World War II. It was designed by the architects Hermann Henselmann, Hartmann, Hopp, Leucht, Paulick and Souradny to contain spacious and luxurious apartments for plain workers, as well as shops, restaurants, cafés, a tourist hotel and an enormous cinema (the International).

The avenue, which is 89 m wide and nearly 2 km long, is lined with monumental eight-storey buildings designed in the wedding-cake style, the socialist classicism of the Soviet Union. At each end are dual towers at Frankfurter Tor and Strausberger Platz designed by Hermann Henselmann. The buildings differ in the revetments of the facades which contain often equally, traditional Berlin motifs by Karl Friedrich Schinkel. Most of the buildings are covered by architectural ceramics.

On June 17, 1953 the Stalinallee became the focus of a worker uprising which endangered the young state’s existence. Builders and construction workers demonstrated against the communist government, leading to a national uprising. The rebellion was quashed with Soviet tanks and troops, resulting in the loss of at least 125 lives.

Later the street was used for East Germany’s annual May Day parade, featuring thousands of soldiers along with tanks and other military vehicles to showcase the power and the glory of the communist government.

De-Stalinization led to the renaming of the street, after the founder of Marxism, in late 1961. Since the collapse of Eastern European communism in 1989/1990, renaming the street back to its prewar name Große Frankfurter Straße has periodically been discussed, so far without conclusive results.

The boulevard later found favour with postmodernists, with Philip Johnson describing it as ‚true city planning on the grand scale‘, while Aldo Rossi called it ‚Europe’s last great street.'[1] Since German reunification most of the buildings, including the two towers, have been restored.

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Ik flaneer door Friedrichshain, Oost-Berlijn, mijn tijdelijke woonplaats. Samen met correspondent Wierd Duk mag ik een paar weken lezers van deze krant gidsen. Ze zijn hier gekomen voor de herdenking van de val van de Muur. Verderop, op de Karl-Marx-Allee, vertelde ik over de voormalige paradeweg die – dat weet een gids – 89 meter breed is en bijna 2 kilometer lang. Hier, temidden van stalinistische pronkarchitectuur, werd in 1953 een arbeidersopstand neergeslagen (er zouden meer opstanden komen in het geknevelde Oost-Europa). En hier, aan het einde van die 2 kilometer asfalt, daar waar de Alexanderplatz gloort, werd 25 jaar geleden een nieuw bloedbad voorkomen. Het wonder van een geweldloze revolutie die van twee Duitslanden er weer eentje zoumaken.Graag bewandel ik deze laan van baardige Karel, die daarvoor naar Jozef (Stalin) was vernoemd en daarvoor gewoon Grosse Frankfurter Strasse heette. Modelflats staan er. Monumentale blokken met Griekse zuilen voor de hoofdingang. Soms zelfs marmer in de hal en surrogaatkroonluchters. Arbeiderspaleizen, sociale woningbouw voor de werkman. Ruime flats, hoge plafonds. En dat voor een huur van 50 Mark per maand. Zo willen we allemaal welwonen, toch?Ik check het bij een oudere man die net uit zo’n flat stapt. Dat van die lage huur klopt, antwoordt hij. De socialistische heilsstaat was de huurbaas. Tot aan het einde van de DDR. Na 1989 werd zijn apparte- ment verkocht aan een Duitse belegger. Die trok de huur op naar inmiddels 700 euro. Ja, best een ver- schil, vindt deze meneer, die oogt als een ambte- naar. Wat hij deed, durf ik niet goed te vragen. Het is bekend dat veel van de voor arbeiders bestemde modelflats uiteindelijk zo gewild bleken, dat ze wer- den ingepikt door mensen met relaties. Jongens van het regime, vriendjes. Tja, zo gaat dat. En niet alleen in socialistische republieken die van en voor het volk zeggen te zijn.Wat gebeurt er nu met de Karl-Marx-Allee, vraag ik hem. De straat gaat dood, concludeer ik uit zijn ant- woord. Voor oudjes als hij – pas als ze doodgaan mogen de onroerendgoedjongens de huurprijzen echt door het plafond jagen, voor de volgende bewoners – zijn er nauwelijks nog winkels waar je wat aan hebt. Geen groenteboer meer, geen bakker, geen kruidenier. Ja, een paar straten verderop, eentje. Een vriendelijke nachtturk die tot in de kleine uur- tjes bier, brood, beleg en lottoformulieren verkoopt. Dit soort winkels komen en gaan, weet de man, ter- wijl hij wijst naar een protserig restaurant waarin drie mensen zitten te eten. Een vol ambitie ingericht eethuis dat het ook niet gaat redden, dat voel je al. Want de Karl-Marx-Allee is een schaduw, een halteplaats voor Berlijngidsen. Eentje waar je lezers vertelt over 50 Mark huur.Ik hoor in gedachten de melodie van Over de muur van Klein Orkest en neurie mijn eigen tekstje: ‘Oost-Berlijn, Karl Marx Allee:Er wandelden mensen langs vlaggen en vaandels. Waar Stalin ooit op een voetstuk stond.’

Karl-Marx-Allee
hotel berlin apartment
Image by Roberto Maldeno

The Karl-Marx-Allee is a monumental socialist boulevard built by the GDR between 1952 and 1960 in Berlin Friedrichshain and Mitte. Today the boulevard is named after Karl Marx.

The boulevard was named Stalinallee between 1949 and 1961 (previously Große Frankfurter Straße), and was a flagship building project of East Germany’s reconstruction programme after World War II. It was designed by the architects Hermann Henselmann, Hartmann, Hopp, Leucht, Paulick and Souradny to contain spacious and luxurious apartments for plain workers, as well as shops, restaurants, cafés, a tourist hotel and an enormous cinema (the International).

The avenue, which is 89 m wide and nearly 2 km long, is lined with monumental eight-storey buildings designed in the wedding-cake style, the socialist classicism of the Soviet Union. At each end are dual towers at Frankfurter Tor and Strausberger Platz designed by Hermann Henselmann. The buildings differ in the revetments of the facades which contain often equally, traditional Berlin motifs by Karl Friedrich Schinkel. Most of the buildings are covered by architectural ceramics.

On June 17, 1953 the Stalinallee became the focus of a worker uprising which endangered the young state’s existence. Builders and construction workers demonstrated against the communist government, leading to a national uprising. The rebellion was quashed with Soviet tanks and troops, resulting in the loss of at least 125 lives.

Later the street was used for East Germany’s annual May Day parade, featuring thousands of soldiers along with tanks and other military vehicles to showcase the power and the glory of the communist government.

De-Stalinization led to the renaming of the street, after the founder of Marxism, in late 1961. Since the collapse of Eastern European communism in 1989/1990, renaming the street back to its prewar name Große Frankfurter Straße has periodically been discussed, so far without conclusive results.

The boulevard later found favour with postmodernists, with Philip Johnson describing it as ‚true city planning on the grand scale‘, while Aldo Rossi called it ‚Europe’s last great street.'[1] Since German reunification most of the buildings, including the two towers, have been restored.

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Ik flaneer door Friedrichshain, Oost-Berlijn, mijn tijdelijke woonplaats. Samen met correspondent Wierd Duk mag ik een paar weken lezers van deze krant gidsen. Ze zijn hier gekomen voor de herdenking van de val van de Muur. Verderop, op de Karl-Marx-Allee, vertelde ik over de voormalige paradeweg die – dat weet een gids – 89 meter breed is en bijna 2 kilometer lang. Hier, temidden van stalinistische pronkarchitectuur, werd in 1953 een arbeidersopstand neergeslagen (er zouden meer opstanden komen in het geknevelde Oost-Europa). En hier, aan het einde van die 2 kilometer asfalt, daar waar de Alexanderplatz gloort, werd 25 jaar geleden een nieuw bloedbad voorkomen. Het wonder van een geweldloze revolutie die van twee Duitslanden er weer eentje zoumaken.Graag bewandel ik deze laan van baardige Karel, die daarvoor naar Jozef (Stalin) was vernoemd en daarvoor gewoon Grosse Frankfurter Strasse heette. Modelflats staan er. Monumentale blokken met Griekse zuilen voor de hoofdingang. Soms zelfs marmer in de hal en surrogaatkroonluchters. Arbeiderspaleizen, sociale woningbouw voor de werkman. Ruime flats, hoge plafonds. En dat voor een huur van 50 Mark per maand. Zo willen we allemaal welwonen, toch?Ik check het bij een oudere man die net uit zo’n flat stapt. Dat van die lage huur klopt, antwoordt hij. De socialistische heilsstaat was de huurbaas. Tot aan het einde van de DDR. Na 1989 werd zijn apparte- ment verkocht aan een Duitse belegger. Die trok de huur op naar inmiddels 700 euro. Ja, best een ver- schil, vindt deze meneer, die oogt als een ambte- naar. Wat hij deed, durf ik niet goed te vragen. Het is bekend dat veel van de voor arbeiders bestemde modelflats uiteindelijk zo gewild bleken, dat ze wer- den ingepikt door mensen met relaties. Jongens van het regime, vriendjes. Tja, zo gaat dat. En niet alleen in socialistische republieken die van en voor het volk zeggen te zijn.Wat gebeurt er nu met de Karl-Marx-Allee, vraag ik hem. De straat gaat dood, concludeer ik uit zijn ant- woord. Voor oudjes als hij – pas als ze doodgaan mogen de onroerendgoedjongens de huurprijzen echt door het plafond jagen, voor de volgende bewoners – zijn er nauwelijks nog winkels waar je wat aan hebt. Geen groenteboer meer, geen bakker, geen kruidenier. Ja, een paar straten verderop, eentje. Een vriendelijke nachtturk die tot in de kleine uur- tjes bier, brood, beleg en lottoformulieren verkoopt. Dit soort winkels komen en gaan, weet de man, ter- wijl hij wijst naar een protserig restaurant waarin drie mensen zitten te eten. Een vol ambitie ingericht eethuis dat het ook niet gaat redden, dat voel je al. Want de Karl-Marx-Allee is een schaduw, een halteplaats voor Berlijngidsen. Eentje waar je lezers vertelt over 50 Mark huur.Ik hoor in gedachten de melodie van Over de muur van Klein Orkest en neurie mijn eigen tekstje: ‘Oost-Berlijn, Karl Marx Allee:Er wandelden mensen langs vlaggen en vaandels. Waar Stalin ooit op een voetstuk stond.’

Cool Grand Hotel Berlin images

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Image taken from page 87 of ‚Handbuch der Erdkunde‘
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Title: "Handbuch der Erdkunde"
Author: KLOEDEN, Gustav Adolph von.
Shelfmark: "British Library HMNTS 10001.f.3."
Volume: 01
Page: 87
Place of Publishing: Berlin
Date of Publishing: 1859
Issuance: monographic
Identifier: 001985252

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Cool Berlin Reinickendorf Hotel images

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Hotel
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Berlin Reinickendorf Aroser Allee Gewerbepark und Einflugschneise mit Blick auf das Gelände der ehemaligen Luxuspapierfabrik Albrecht und Meister AG und das historische Kesselhaus 17-06-2012.
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Luxuspapierfabrik Albrecht und Meister Berlin
Gebäude der ehemaligen Luxuspapierfabrik Albrecht und Meister AG im Berliner Stadtteil Reinickendorf. Das Ensemble wurde in den 1920er Jahren von der AEG übernomen und mehrfach erweitert. Auf dem früheren Industriehof hinter den fünfgeschossigen Backsteinbauten entstanden in den 1990er Jahren neue Bürogebäude und ein Hotel.

Exterior view of the Nadeau Hotel on Spring Street and First Street, Los Angeles, ca.1905 (CHS-5290)

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Exterior view of the Nadeau Hotel on Spring Street and First Street, Los Angeles, ca.1905 (CHS-5290)
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“Exterior view of the Nadeau Hotel on Spring Street and First Street, Los Angeles, ca.1905
Photograph of the exterior view of the Nadeau Hotel on Spring Street and First Street, Los Angeles, ca.1905. The four-story hotel features arched windows all throughout the building on the second floor and up. In the center of the building facing the street on the left are small decorative pediments above each floor from the second floor and up. At the top, above all the other small pediments, is a larger and wider pediment. Further above it is yet another pediment where underneath it displays "Nadeau 1883." The first floor consists mostly of shops. Some stores have striped cloth awnings covering their window fronts. Other commercial buildings can be seen to the left and right of the hotel. Streetcar tracks line the intersection in the foreground. The streets are busy with pedestrian and horse carriage traffic. At the corner of the hotel, on top of the roof, is a corner sign that reads "Hotel Nadeua." The hotel was built in 1883.; Legible signs include: "Tony Zorb’s fountain saloon", "Fitzgerald Music Co., music house", "Krell pianos", "Walk Over Shoe House", "108, 109, The Leader Millenary", "A.B. Greenwald Cigar Co.", "tickets on sale now, Al Kaufman, Dave Barry, Kid Solomon, Joe Green", "Paris, Dublin, London, Edinburgh, Vienna, Berlin, papers from all parts of the world", "Godfrey & Moore druggist", "Siegal the hatter", "Hotel Nadeau cafA(c) and restaurant", "power off", "[…]k store, [owl cig]ar, Ed Herwick", and "physician and surgeon".; File card reads: "Remi Nadeau opened the hotel in 1882 with a grand ball attended by the Southland’s elite. He bought the site in 1872 for the ‚un-heard‘ of sum of ,000. The Nadeau boasted of the first electric elevator to be installed in Los Angeles. Some of the guests at the hotel have included: Anna Held, General Nelson A. Miles, Lillian Russell, and John L. Sullivan (one-time heavyweight champion)."

Call number: CHS-5290; CHS-5290A
Legacy record ID: chs-m1278; USC-1-1-1-1323
Photographer: C.C. Pierce & Co.
Filename: CHS-5290; CHS-5290A
Coverage date: circa 1905
Part of collection: California Historical Society Collection, 1860-1960
Type: images
Geographic subject (city or populated place): Los Angeles
Repository name: USC Libraries Special Collections
Accession number: 5290; 5290A
Microfiche number: 1-9-59
Part of subcollection: Title Insurance and Trust, and C.C. Pierce Photography Collection, 1860-1960
Repository address: Doheny Memorial Library, Los Angeles, CA 90089-0189
Geographic subject (country): USA
Format (aacr2): 3 photographs : glass photonegative, photonegative, photoprint, b&w ; 21 x 26 cm., 20 x 25 cm.
Rights: Digitally reproduced by the USC Digital Library; From the California Historical Society Collection at the University of Southern California
Subject (adlf): buildings
Project: USC
Repository email: specol@usc.edu
Contributing entity: California Historical Society
Date created: circa 1905
Publisher (of the digital version): University of Southern California. Libraries
Format (aat): negatives (photographic); photographic prints; photographs
Geographic subject (state): California
Subject (file heading): Los Angeles — Architecture — Commercial — Hotels #4
Format: glass plate negatives
Access conditions: Send requests to address or e-mail given. Phone (213) 821-2366; fax (213) 740-2343.
Geographic subject (county): Los Angeles
Geographic subject (roadway): Spring Street & 1st Street
Subject (lcsh): Hotels, taverns, etc.; Newspaper vendors
Subject: Nadeau Hotel

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Berlin – Boutique Hotel

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Berlin – Boutique Hotel
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National Stadium, Bangkok. October 2007.
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No suburban island technological biscuit tin stadiums here, where a ground floats isolated from the neighbourhood in the middle of ten acres of car park.

The National Stadium in Bangkok, Thailand, is slapped down in a major shopping zone with "slum" housing pressed right up close to the stands. A training facility sits to the left.

Asia Cup games are often played here. Where we sit in the rain to cool off from the usual 30 degree evening temperatures. Occasionally the floodlights pack up for no apparent reason.

This is usually the ground on which English premiership sides make endless substitutions when undertaking their summer Asia off season tours – the afternoon after they have been on the lash the night before in Bangkok’s less salubrious entertainment zones.

(Villa Park meets Highbury meets White City meets Berlin’s Olympic Stadium meets what looks like a tropical rainy day in Brighton.)

Photograph taken from the top floor of the Siam@Siam Hotel on Rama I / National Stadium. One of Bangkok’s refurbished and well poncey new designer boutique hotels.

Nice Top Hotel Berlin Mitte photos

A few nice top hotel berlin mitte images I found:

Alex at Night
top hotel berlin mitte
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Not really sure if I like the photo.

Dawn breaking in over Berlin with red-coloured clouds. Standing on top of the hotel "Park Inn" at Alexanderplatz, Berlin on their roof-deck.

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Took three pictures with different exposure values and combined them via "HDR Darkroom 3". Added some adjustments for colors and tones to city and sky.

Cool Hotel Majesty Berlin images

Some cool hotel majesty berlin images:

Image taken from page 224 of ‚London (illustrated). A complete guide to the leading hotels, places of amusement … Also a directory … of first-class reliable houses in the various branches of trade‘
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Title: "London (illustrated). A complete guide to the leading hotels, places of amusement … Also a directory … of first-class reliable houses in the various branches of trade"
Shelfmark: "British Library HMNTS 10349.gg.2."
Volume: 07
Page: 224
Place of Publishing: London
Date of Publishing: 1872
Publisher: Henry Herbert
Issuance: continuing
Identifier: 002847692

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Image from page 487 of „Guide through Germany, Austria-Hungary, Italy, Switzerland, France, Belgium, Holland and England : souvenir of the North German Lloyd, Bremen“ (1896)
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Identifier: guidethroughgerm00nord
Title: Guide through Germany, Austria-Hungary, Italy, Switzerland, France, Belgium, Holland and England : souvenir of the North German Lloyd, Bremen
Year: 1896 (1890s)
Authors: Norddeutscher Lloyd
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Publisher: Berlin : J. Reichmann & Cantor
Contributing Library: University of Connecticut Libraries
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