Spree Riverside Development
Moltke Bridge (1891); connects on the north bank to Willy-Brandt-Strasse and the Chancellery on the south bank; Since reunification, projects have sought to redevelop the riverside. Three large government complexes now symbolically span the river, including the Marie-Elisabeth-Lüders-Haus, the German Parliament Offices and Library. The area now has parks and shoreline bike and pedestrian paths.
Type of Workpromenade (walkway); riverfront
architecture, cityscape, contemporary (1960 to present), City planning, Rivers, Twenty-first century
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