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Anhalter Bahnhof (Station)
S-Bahnhof Anhalter Bahnhof
Anhalter Bahnhof is a subterranean station on the North-South S-Bahn line. It was also the site of a mainline railway terminal also called Anhalter Bahnhof which was destroyed during the Second World War and parts of which remain as an iconic ruin.
Original Anhalter Bahnhof
The original mainline terminus, of which only part of the brickwork portal remains, was designed by architect Franz Schwechten, who was also responsible for the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church.
Senegalese Embassy (0.3 km), Möckernbrücke (Station) (0.5 km), Mendelssohn-Bartholdy-Park (Station) (0.5 km), Hi-Flyer (0.5 km), Albanian Embassy (0.6 km), Reich Air Ministry (0.6 km), German Museum of Technology (Berlin) (0.6 km), Kochstraße (Station) (0.6 km), Hugendubel (Potsdamer Platz) (0.7 km)