Crown Prince's Palace

Interesting
The building entered the history books on 31 August 1990 when representatives from both German states signed the Reunification treaty here. Built in the mid 18C, this Baroque building was later modified in neo-Classical style. A doorway from Schinkel's Bauakademie has been added to the rear. Heinrich Gentz (1810-11) linked the palace to the Palace of the Princesses via a raised passageway.

Useful information

Address : 

Unter den Linden 3, 10117 Berlin

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Former arsenal
The former arsenal of Prussia is a
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New Pavilion
New Pavilion
The pavilion was designed in an Italian
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Palace of the Princesses
Palace of the Princesses
Frederick William III built this palace
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