A street view of the north end of Friedrichstrasse in Berlin Mitte, at the corner of Hannoversche Strasse and Torstrasse. The image represents the western facade, which runs from the aforementioned crossing at the right end in southern direction to Reinhardtstrasse on the left end of the panorama. The street block is cut by the Claire-Waldoff-Strasse. Our material in the archive would allow for an added block in southern direction up to the river Spree and the Schiffbauerdamm. Opposite the left end of the panorama the Friedrichstadt-Palace is situated.
This street block is consisting of old Historicism style buildings, GDR buildings in the so-called Plattenbau style (in higher standard) and modern buildings. We see, amongst others, the Dreispitz-Passage, the publishing house Ullstein and at the far right a high rise office tower, where the Wall AG is based.