The Sreffi - Graf - Stadion 🏟 is also located here
"In 2004 Steffi Graf got a tennis monument in Berlin. But the stadium named after her soon disappeared into insignificance. The plaster has been crumbling for years. Now the stadium at the dog's throat has a future again (...)"
January 19, 2020
From the west bank offers in autumn and winter, a wide view over the villas on the opposite shore. There is, among other things, Villa Konschewski. This was built between 1922 and 1924 by the architect Oskar Kaufmann, who also designed the buildings of the Hebbeltheater and the Berliner Volksbühne.
February 16, 2019
Hundekehlesee is located in the west of Berlin's Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf district on the edge of the Grunewald villa colony and the forest of the same name.The lake with an area of about 72,000 m² has an elongated shape in north-south orientation and belongs to the glacial channel of the Grunewald lake chain. The lake is fed by the Grunewaldsee in the south via the Hundekehlegraben in the neighboring Hundekehlefenn nature reserve. To the northeast, after around 500 meters, the Dianasee joins the chain of lakes, but the Grunewaldrinne is previously interrupted by three built-up streets and can only be seen again in a small, inconspicuous and nameless park, which is in front of the Dianasee south of Fontanestrasse.On the west side of the lake there is a public forest hiking trail that continues Berlin's most popular exercise area for dogs, which starts at the Grunewaldsee and continues to the AVUS (A 115). The other sides of the lake are no longer accessible to the public.Source: de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hundekehlesee
October 27, 2020
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