Karl Friedrich Schinkel

Karl Friedrich Schinkel, born in 1781, was a Prussian architect, city planner, and painter, renowned for his contributions to neoclassical architecture. Among his most famous projects are the Altes Museum and the Neue Wache in Berlin, as well as the Charlottenhof Palace in Potsdam. He died in 1841 in Berlin.

Altes Museum
1825 - 1830
Alte Nationalgalerie
1867 - 1876
U-Bahnhof Museumsinsel
2020 - 2021
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