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A victory for architecture

from 09.03.2009

The Prussian King Friedrich Wilhelm IV wanted to create a "sanctuary for art and science" on the Spree Island north of Schinkel's museum. Architect Friedrich August Stüler, chosen to execute the monarch's demands after Schinkel's premature death in 1841, saw the Neues Museum - which he designed and opened in 1855 ...

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