The Dom St. Salvator is the roman-catholic cathedral of Fulda, Germany. It was built from 1704 on and was inaugurated in 1712. The cathedral is a beautiful church easily reachable from the train station. Continue reading “Dom St. Salvator zu Fulda”Y
The airport named after Charles de Gaulle in Paris, France is the most important airport of the French capital city. It was opened in 1974, has three terminals and four runways. It transports 66 million passengers each year. Continue reading “L’aéroport de Paris-Charles-de-Gaulle (CDG)”Y
The Kaiser-Wilhelm-Gedächtnis-Kirche (what a long name) is a Protest church in Berlin, Germany that has only partially been repaired and therefore carries the name “Hohler Zahn” (empty tooth). It is located on the Breitscheidplatz close to the zoological garden and the aquarium. Continue reading “Kaiser-Wilhelm-Gedächtnis-Kirche”Y
The Bendlerblock is a section of the building of the Department of Defense in Berlin, Germany. The building was used for the same purpose during Nazi times and it was they place where the group around Ludwig Beck and Claus Schenk Graf von Stauffenberg organized the attack on Adolf Hitler. Continue reading “Bendlerblock”Y
Even most of my friends don’t know that there were some years I worked as a software developer for the leading european vendor for steel construction software. One of my tasks was to implement algorithms that analyze geometric structures on steel girders and steel-plates. And one of the buildings rised with our software was the new main railway station of Berlin.
The Rotes Rathaus (red town hall) is an administrative building in Berlin, Germany. It’s name goes back to the red facade – not to the fact that for many years socialdemocratic policy was made here. It was the seat of the city council but is now only the seat of the mayor. Continue reading “Rotes Rathaus”Y