Get to know Berlin’s U-bahn architecture

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Originally published on The Spaces


 

Since it opened in 1902, Berlin’s U-Bahn – Untergrundbahn or underground train – and its 170 stations have been among Europe’s greatest pieces of public infrastructure.

The network of stations also rank among the city’s most impressive architectural sites, spanning the styles of Art Nouveau, Modernism (and Postmodernism) – as well as Germany’s most tumultuous century.

Alight here for a whistle-stop tour of the best stops for architecture buffs.

 

https://thespaces.com/2016/07/20/get-know-berlins-u-bahn-architecture/

 

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