Photo locations in and around Berlin: Third Reich architecture
Designed by Ernst Sagebiel as part of Albert Speer's plan for the reconstruction of Berlin during the Nazi era, it is still known as one of the largest built entities worldwide and has been described by British architect Sir Norman Foster as "the mother of all airports".Back to map
Designed by the architect Richard Ermisch the main structure as it stands today was built in 1937 together with its characteristic entrance building on Hammarskjöldplatz.Back to map
Originally built for the 1936 Summer Olympics by Werner March, it is the largest stadium in Germany, and still one of the most prestigious sporting venues in the world.Back to map
Commissioned in 1933 and built between 1934–38 to house the Reichsbank, today it forms part of the German Foreign Office.
Designed by Heinrich Wolff, it is a stone-faced structure over a reinforced concrete core.Back to map