A Schloss is to be rebuilt in Berlin…

Yesterday, Mingophoto had a post (check it out here) “Ich bau dir ein Schloss” (I’ll build you a castle… I asked where it was, and was told it was to be rebuilt in the old historical centre of Berlin.

Here is an image I took on my travels in the 1990s when there was a huge mock-up on the side of scaffolding to show what  it would look like when rebuilt, and I think it’s the same place….

Rain in Berlin, Schloss rebuild is born

Rain in Berlin, Schloss rebuild is born

There is information here about the rebuild



  1. When I was there in1989 they said it was to remain as a monument to the horrors of war. Have they changed their mind?

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