Luisenstadt Canal

Local nameLuisenstädtischer Kanal und Engelbecken
LocationBerlin, Germany

The Luisenstadt Canal, or Luisenstädtischer Kanal, is a 2.3-kilometre-long former canal in Berlin, Germany. It is named after the Luisenstadt district and ran through today's districts of Kreuzberg and Mitte, linking the Landwehr Canal with the Spree River, and serving a central canal basin known as the Engelbecken or Angel's Pool. The canal is named after Queen Louise, the wife of King Friedrich Wilhelm III.The canal was designed by Peter Joseph Lenné based on earlier plans by Johann Carl Ludwig Schmid and was built between 1848 and 1852.

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

Coordinates 52°30'12.758" N 13°25'6.392" E

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