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The Lustgarten is a two-hectare green area on Museum Island in Berlin's Mitte district. Created in 1573 by Elector Johann Georg as the kitchen garden of the Berlin Palace, it has been redesigned several times throughout history. In 1834 he received a granite bowl, which is one of the most popular sights in Berlin,  and in 1863 an equestrian statue of Friedrich Wilhelm III, which was destroyed in the post-war period. Most recently, the pleasure garden was redesigned from 1998-1999. It is bordered by the Altes Museum in the north, the Berlin Cathedral in the east, the Berlin Palace in the south and the Spree Canal in the west.Source: Wikipedia
April 18, 2020
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