Porte de Brandebourg Berlin à la tombée du jour.
Bleu de Prusse à la tombée du jour.
” Men of good fortune “
” ZODIAC “
The ceiling in mosaics of the hall of an old building, very close to the Brandebourg Gate on the avenue Unter den Linden. One of the only buildings remaining in this district of prewar Berlin.
” At Nightfall “
Bei Einbruch der Nacht - A la tombée du Jour.
The grand Brandenburg Gate was the setting for some of the most stunning scenes of the 1989 revolution when it was opened as a symbol of the new united city. It had lain in no-man’s land between East and West since the Berlin Wall was first erected in 1961.
Before that the gate had been used as a centrepiece for triumphant processions of the German army. Now it is a symbol of the new Germany and a spectacular monument to peaceful unity rather than discord.
” The Dark Side “
” French melancholy “
” Visages “