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Kronprinzenpalais

Kronprinzenpalais
Kronprinzenpalais

Johann Arnold Nering created the building in 1663–69 as the private residence of Cabinet Secretary Johann Martitz, converting an existing middle-class house. From 1706 to 1732, it was the official residence of the Governor of Berlin.

[ Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crown_Prince%27s_Palace_%28Berlin%29 ]

Address: Berlin
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