Berlin is a city known for its rich history, stunning architecture, and cultural diversity. But one piece of design that often goes overlooked is the street lighting created by Albert Speer, Hitler’s favorite architect. If you’re looking to experience some of the city’s lesser-known design pieces, you won’t want to miss the Albert Speer street lights.
If you have been to Tempelhof as often as we did, you already know an abandoned airplane is in the grass area next to one of the landing strips. We call it the abandoned Tempelhof Airplane, but its real name is N106TA if we can call this a name.
Checkpoint Bravo was the name of one of three Allied checkpoints used by the United States in the divided Germany and Berlin during the years after the Second World War and the Fall of the Berlin Wall. Before 1969, this Checkpoint could be found on a bridge over the Teltow Canal. Still, it was moved to a different location called Albrechts Teerofen. In here, we will be talking about the original and abandoned Checkpoint Bravo.