Let´s explore Germany´s only remaining Renaissance fort
Note: change of host. Katja Nordwig will take over the duties of Hilde Engelen.
The Citadel of Spandau is one of the most important and best-kept Renaissance fortresses in Europe. Built in the late 16th century atop a medieval fort, it was designed to protect the town of Spandau. In recent years it has been used as a museum and is becoming a popular tourist spot.
At Protected content Berlin und seine Denkmäler" to delve deeper into the mysteries of political monuments which were once part of Berlin’s urban landscape but have been removed.