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German contribution to European Heritage Days
2016 subject: Preserving monuments together
150 years of the schoolhouse in Gesundbrunnen
Tour guided by architectural historian Monika Kleiner
The construction of the building currently housing the Mitte Museum took place from 1864 to 1866, when it was erected as the 32nd community school. It was the first public building in the suburbs of Gesundbrunnen and Wedding, which were incorporated in 1861. The building was designed by urban construction councillor Adolf Gerstenberg and is today among the oldest surviving school buildings in Berlin. The late neoclassical building is currently being refurbished, using special funds provided by the State of Berlin among other funds and sources. Construction progress permitting, visits to the building site are possible.
Meeting point: Sun, 11 Sep 11.30 a.m. in front the building Pankstrasse 58 (opposite the Mitte Museum)
Registration: tel. +49 30-91603281 or e-mail