The Town Clerks of Berlin

 

Berlin – residence city of the Mark Brandenburg, capital of the Kingdom of Prussia and later that of the German Empire, since 1990 capital of the Federal Republic of Germany.

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The Town Clerks of Berlin

 

Once the residence and capital of the Mark Brandenburg, then of the Kingdom of Prussia and today of the Federal Republic of Germany.

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The Town Clerks of Berlin

 

 

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THE BERLIN CITY CLERKS

Martina Hahn

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Berlin

 

Berlin has a population of around 3.7 million and is divided into 12 boroughs and 96 districts.

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Berlin

 

The zoological garden, founded in 1844, is the oldest zoo in Germany.

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Berlin

 

In Berlin alone, 70 million pieces of the famous “Berliner Currywurst” are eaten every year.

 

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Berlin

 

In Berlin, the first telephone directory was published as early as 1881. However, it only had 185 entries.

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Berlin

 

The oldest restaurant in Berlin is “Zur letzten Instanz”, which opened in 1661.

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Berlin

 

Berlin has more than 170 museums, including the “Museum of Unheard-of Things”.

 

Be sure to visit!

Berlin sights

Reichstag building

From the glass dome, you can catch a glimpse of the hustle and bustle of the city.

Brandenburg Gate

Symbol of division, symbol of reunification and today it is the city’s most famous landmark.

Charlottenburg Palace

Today, Sophie Charlotte’s former summer residence houses top-class art collections and in the magnificent palace garden you can stroll through 300 years of garden art.

Gendarmenmarkt

Located in the middle of the historic centre, it is considered the most beautiful square in Berlin with its harmonious architectural ensemble.

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Johanna Müller-Hermann

Johanna Müller-Hermann

Do you know the composer Johanna Müller-Hermann? No? This is not very surprising at present, but during her lifetime it was different, and this article is intended to arouse curiosity about her music.
On 19 March 1930, the daily newspaper “Wiener Journal” announced that a work by “Johann Fr. Müller-Hermann” would be premiered that evening at the fourth regular social concert of the “Gesellschaft der Musikfreunde”. A first indication that female composers were a bit suspect.

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