Köllnischer Park

Local nameKöllnischer Park
LocationBerlin, Germany

Köllnischer Park is a public park located near the River Spree in Mitte, Berlin. It is named after Cölln, one of the two cities which came together to form Berlin; the park location was originally just outside it. Approximately 1 hectare in area, the park came into existence in the 18th and 19th centuries on the site of fortifications. It was redesigned as a public park in 1869–73 and was further modified in the 20th century with the addition of first a bear enclosure, the Bärenzwinger, and later a permanent exhibition of sculpture, the Lapidary.

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Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Köllnischer_Park

Coordinates 52°30'46.888" N 13°24'51.774" E

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