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Brandenburg Gate Gallery

Available as Prints and Gift Items

Choose from 7 pictures in our Brandenburg Gate collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Cup and Saucer, Berlin, 1844/47. Creator: Konigliche Porzellan-Manufaktur
Cup and Saucer, Berlin, 1844/47. Creator: Konigliche Porzellan-Manufaktur
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Entry of the French into Berlin, 27 October 1806, (c1850). Artist: Edme Bovinet
Entry of the French into Berlin, 27 October 1806, (c1850). Artist: Edme Bovinet
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Entry of the French army into Berlin, 27th October 1806 (1882-1884)
Entry of the French army into Berlin, 27th October 1806 (1882-1884)
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Zeppelin airship passing over Brandenburg Gate, Berlin, First World War, 1914
Zeppelin airship passing over Brandenburg Gate, Berlin, First World War, 1914
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Brandenburg Gate, Berlin, 1893.Artist: John L Stoddard
Brandenburg Gate, Berlin, 1893.Artist: John L Stoddard
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Views of Capitals: Brandenburg Gate, Berlin, c1900
Views of Capitals: Brandenburg Gate, Berlin, c1900
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The Brandenburg Gate, Berlin, 19th century.Artist: Johann Poppei
The Brandenburg Gate, Berlin, 19th century.Artist: Johann Poppei
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The Brandenburg Gate, Berlin, 19th century.Artist: Johann Poppei Featured Image

The Brandenburg Gate, Berlin, 19th century.Artist: Johann Poppei

The Brandenburg Gate, Berlin, 19th century. The only remaining city gate of Berlin, the Brandenburg Gate was commissioned by Frederick William II of Prussia. Built by Carl Gotthard Langhans between 1789 and 1793, it was modelled on the propylaeum, the entrance to the Acropolis in Athens. Topped by a Quadriga of Victory, a chariot drawn by four horses, the gate stands at the western end of the Unter den Linden. The partition of Berlin and the building of the Berlin Wall meant that the gate was inaccessible to East and West Germans from 1961-1989

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