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Unter den Linden
Unter den Linden ("under the linden trees") is a boulevard in the centre of Berlin, the capital of Germany. It is named for its linden (lime in British English) trees that line the grassed pedestrian mall between two carriageways.
Unter den Linden runs east–west from the Brandenburg Gate to the former site of the imperial palace (Berliner Stadtschloss). The boulevard crosses the River Spree and continues as Karl-Liebknecht-Stra?e. Major north–south streets crossing Unter den Linden are Friedrichstra?e and Wilhelmstra?e.
Unter den Linden is at the heart of the historic section of Berlin dating from the 17th and 18th centuries. It connects Pariser Platz, Bebelplatz and, after crossing the Schlossbrucke (palace bridge), the Lustgarten and Museum Island. Buildings along the street include (from west to east) the Hotel Adlon, the Russian Embassy (former Soviet Embassy), the Berlin State Library, the Berlin State Opera, Humboldt University, Cathedral of St. Hedwig at Bebelplatz, the Kronprinzenpalais (former palace of the crown princes), the Neue Wache war memorial, the Zeughaus Berlin (old armory; now houses the German Historical Museum (DHM)), the Alte Kommandantur and the Berliner Dom.
Well-known statues of Frederick the Great, Alexander von Humboldt, Wilhelm von Humboldt, and several Prussian generals also adorn the street.
Unter den Linden
Walking late at Unter den Linden, in Berlin. Hardly a soul to be seen. Trees, in the central pedestrian mall, gain a special charm in the dark night due to the lights which have been added for the Festival of Lights, which is going on during this week. I install my tripod, and go in for a long exposure hdr, while enjoying the cold night in the company of Pedro Vidigal. Back at the hotel I process straight away the hdr, and end with a surreal looking shot, which matches the feeling we had while walking in the beautiful, cold, empty night, having Berlin for ourselves ...
"Unter den Linden ("under the linden trees") is a boulevard in the centre of Berlin, the capital of Germany. It is named for its linden (lime in British English) trees that line the grassed pedestrian mall between two carriageways. Unter den Linden runs east–west from the Brandenburg Gate to the former site of the imperial palace (Berliner Stadtschloss) where the Palast der Republik is currently being demolished (2006-08). The boulevard crosses the River Spree and continues as Karl-Liebknecht-Stra?e. Major north–south streets crossing Unter den Linden are Friedrichstra?e and Wilhelmstra?e." The Wikipedia.
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