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(March 17–20, 2005)

Helmut Schierer

Wholesale Market Inzersdorf

Peter Scherbarth

Arminius Markthalle

Moabit, Berlin, Germany

17.03.05 / 01:13PM (GMT)

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The Arminius Markthalle was build in 1890/91 by Hermann Blankenstein. The indoor-marketplace is a primary steel construction blended with clinker and has a wooden roof. The shopping hall joins different kind of selling shanties, mainly food, and is a social meeting point where one can also take drinks and cheap meals. It is a regional slow grown ancestor of the now omnipresent, uniformly shopping malls. The Markthalle is situated in a classical worker-district of Berlin.


Europe / Germany

Lat: 52° 31' 38.28" N
Long: 13° 20' 18.6" E

Elevation: 34m

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Precision is: Unknown / Undeclared.

Canon SLR, Sigma 8mm, Photoshop, PTMac, Selfbuild Panohead, Manfrotto Tripod, Water-Level

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