Zeughaus

The Zeughaus (English: Arsenal) is a listed building and the oldest structure on Unter den Linden boulevard in the historic centre of Berlin. Erected from 1695 to 1706 according to plans by Johann Arnold Nering, Martin Grünberg, Andreas Schlüter and Jean de Bodt in Baroque style, it was later converted into a Prussian Hall of Fame. Damaged during the Allied bombing in World War II, the Zeughaus was rebuilt from 1949 to 1967 as part of the Forum Fridericianum. Since 2003, it has been home to the Deutsches Historisches Museum (German Historic Museum).

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9 comments

  1. ᛋᛠᛉ · January 11, 2021

    Trying to find dirt on whether Unter den Linden has anything to do with Oera Linda.

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    • Viking Life Blog · January 11, 2021

      Let me know!
      🙂

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      • ᛋᛠᛉ · January 11, 2021

        Will do. Question for you. Children’s toys! Does DK make dual language toys? I’m replacing whatever dual language toys folks buy my son that do Spanglish/Frog with either German/Danish. I don’t want Spanglish in my house.

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      • Viking Life Blog · January 11, 2021

        I have tried to search, but nothing comes up.

        The Little Mermaid. Bilingual Fairy Tale in Danish and English

        Our children learn English from the start in school, so I don’t think there is a market for it in Denmark. And Danish dosen’t seem to be a big market in English, either.

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      • ᛋᛠᛉ · January 11, 2021

        Ditto. It’s irksome. Thought I was onto something. Anywho. The wife has found the German/English toy. That’ll be good. I’d rather the toys all be wood myself, I have a nagging feeling these woowoo light up things are going to mess with Seaxling’s dopamines.

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      • Viking Life Blog · January 11, 2021

        Good ideas. There is so much to think of!

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    • ᛋᛉᚺᛟᚾ · January 11, 2021

      Are you a professional imbecile?

      :Linda (Latinized English)

      (Old Germanic) Linza (The Original)

      Linde (Dutch) Linn (Swedish/Norwegian)

      (Name defined as having, Yielding, Soft, Demure qualities).

      :Linden – A type of Tree (Basswood-Tiliaceae), the name of numerous German communities, municipalities.

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      • ᛋᛠᛉ · January 12, 2021

        Of course. I make approximately 12 dollars a post.

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      • ᛋᛉᚺᛟᚾ · January 12, 2021

        Ah shameless self promotion, over incorrect information as if gilded truth. Leave it to the American Pseudo-European to wear that with pride.

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