The Lustgarten in Berlin was part of the Berlin City Palace (Stadtschloss) area and today is in the middle of the Museum Island (Museumsinsel). It is surrounded by the river Spree, the Altes Museum (english: old museum), the Berliner Dom (Berlin Cathedral) and the big square that once housed the City Palace and later the Palace of the Republic. The blueish building on the far right is the Humboldt-Box a futuristic and temporary museum structure during the time of the Stadtschloss reconstruction. Also noteworthy is the Great Granite Bowl in front of the Old Museum; it was created from the Great Markgrafenstein and is considered the world’s largest bowl made from a single stone.
Update 2022: In the meantime, our streetline panorama of the Lustgarten would look significantly different in the right third of the picture. This is where the reconstruction of the Berlin Palace was finnished in recent years. A view of the south side of the Berlin City Palace can be found in our archive.
There are more Berlin streets we photographed in our archive, which you can find by yellow markers on our worldmap. In case you are interested in us creating a streetline montage for one of these streets please contact us.