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Ernst-Reuter-Platz, Berlin

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Ernst-Reuter-Platz is a Berlin U-Bahn station located on the in the Charlottenburg district.The station, originally designed by Alfred Grenander, opened on 14 December 1902 as the western terminus of the first Berlin U-Bahn line (Stammstrecke) to Warschauer Brücke. It was named Knie after a curve there on the historic road between the cities of Berlin and Charlottenburg, the present-day Straße des 17. Juni. In 1906 it became a through station with the extension of the line toward Wilhelmplatz.In 1953 the station and the eponymous square, a large roundabout, were renamed after the West Berlin mayor Ernst Reuter and extensively remodeled until 1959. It is mainly used by the students of the nearby Berlin Institute of Technology.
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  • It is a square in the middle of a busy cross junction. During my visit, the fountain was under renovation and there wasn’t much to see.  more »
  • Ernst-Reuter-Platz is a square in Charlottenburg, named after Ernst Reuter (who was mayor of West Berlin). It is yet another square in this great city - nothing special.  more »
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  • There are mainly business buildings and the Technical University. One coffee place, make a couple of places to eat. Difficult to park after 9 am. If it is sunny and the skies are blue, I enjoy seeing the Siegessäule, the high buildings, the horizon at the end of the big avenues that meet at the square. If it is cloudy and the skies grey, it is so windy and cold that it becomes one of the places I dislike.
  • Huge circle with roads connecting some of the most important places in Berlin. It has roads leading to Brandenburger tor, Zoologischer Garten and Charlottenburg palace.

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