Potsdamer Platz is an intersection, train and subway station in Berlin. After WWII, the American, British and Russian sections of Berlin met here.
It is also one of Berlin’s high-rise clusters with no less than 5 high rise buildings: to the left, the 79m high triangular Forum tower designed by Renzo Piano, in the center, the 103m high Kollhoff tower with its red brick facade and to the right the also 103m high BahnTower designed by Helmut Jahn. They were all completed in 1999. They are followed by the 70m high Beisheim Center designed by Hilmer & Sattler and the 65m high Delbrück Highrise Building designed by Hans Kollhoff and Helga Timmermann. They were both built between 2000 and 2004.
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