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Göran Gnaudschun

Every day, hundreds of thousands of people pass through Alexanderplatz. Located in the center of Berlin, it’s the city’s major public transportation hub, surrounded by offices, shopping malls, hotels and administrative buildings, some from the 1960s, which remain powerful symbols of socialist architecture. At the time, Alexanderplatz was the center of East Berlin.


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