Palais Radziwill, Berlin, Germany, built 1738/39, wood engraving, published 1875 - Illustration

Berlin, German Chancellery, Germany, Architecture, Baroque Style

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Stock illustration ID:180742391
Upload date:September 14, 2013

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Palace of Prince Anton Radziwill (Polish and Prussian politician, landowner and composer, 1775 - 1833) in Berlin, built by Carl Friedrich Richter (German architect) in 1738/39. From 1871 to 1945 the building served as the seat of authority of the Chancellor of the German Empire. After severe damage in the 2nd World War II was the Reich Chancellery later demolished. Woodcut engraving from my archive, published in 1875.
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