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  • GDR Agriculture photos
    Photos, pictures and recordings of agriculture and agribusiness in the GDR in the years 1940 to 1990, ranging from plant production with a focus on arable farming and the further production directions horticulture (including fruit growing and ornamental plant production) and viticulture to animal production with the different directions depending on the animal species, e.g. pig production, cattle production, poultry production, sheep production, fish farming
  • Plovdiv Bulgaria photos
    Plovdiv is the second largest city in Bulgaria. Plovdiv was one of the European Capitals of Culture 2019, along with Matera from Italy, and has a fascinating old town with churches and mosques, but above all a suburb characterised by the socialist architectural style. Our photographer has explored both views of Plovdiv. You will find well over 200 selected images in our photo collection. Whether …
  • Photos Rot-Weiss Essen won lower rhine Cup 2020
    For the tenth time now, the traditional club Rot-Weiss Essen won the Lower Rhine Cup on 22 August 2020. Following victories in 1993, 1995, 2002, 2004, 2008, 2011, 2012, 2015 and 2016, RWE is now the record cup winner. The cup final on August 22 against 1 FC Kleve was subject to special conditions due to the Corona pandemic. Only about 300 spectators were allowed …
  • Stalinallee in East Berlin photos 1949 to 1961
    A federal road (B1) many faces and above all many names. In the heart of Berlin, in the Berlin districts of Mitte and Friedrichshain, lies today’s Karl-Marx-Allee, named after the philosopher and social theorist Karl Marx. Built around 1700, it was given the name Große Frankfurter Straße before it was renamed Stalinallee together with Frankfurter Allee on December 21, 1949 (Josef Stalin’s 70th birthday). Although …
  • Grabowsee Sanatorium – Photo collection
    A Lost Place worth seeing and much photographed directly in the Berlin area is the former lung sanatorium Grabowsee, located directly (as the name suggests) at the Grabowsee in the district of Oberhavel in the German state of Brandenburg. Founded in 1896 as a sanatorium for pulmonary tuberculosis by the German Red Cross as an experimental facility, it performed its services with 420 beds in …