You can now own the capital of Germany from different and beautiful views and angles in the form of Photowall's Berlin posters. This particular lineup is simply captivating and is cRead moreertainly going to be the most wonderful of decorations for your interiors. Adding a Berlin poster will enable an amazing transformation in your home, office or recreational space. These magnificent items feature one of the coolest cities in Europe with attractive designs, unique renderings and inspiring colour combinations. Not only will you be able to see the various parts of the city, but especially take delight in the breathtaking structures that have been part of the history of Germany. Berlin posters can be the ideal focal point of your residence or the workplace. Alter these pieces to match or contrast with your existing aesthetic and colour schemes.

The basics of Berlin posters

Berlin is the largest city of Germany and straddles the banks of the River Spree which flows into the River Havel. About one third of the city's area is composed of forests, parks, gardens, rivers, canals and lakes, so you need not worry that it might be too metropolitan as a decoration. Berlin posters has plenty of variety in regards to different sights, which you can use in decorating your room. Capturing the charm of this picturesque city is easy with this collection of images by Photowall. Not only are there real life photographs that transport you to scene immediately due to the rich detail, but also works of art that showcase Berlin in a different light. With an eclectic mix of beautifully modern buildings and historic reminders of the city's rich past, the visuals of Berlin posters will keep you entranced for hours, and entertains anyone who sets eyes upon them.

Monumental history

As most of you might know, after World War II and its subsequent occupation by the victorious countries, the city of Berlin was divided. West Berlin became a de facto West German exclave, surrounded by the Berlin Wall and the territory of East Germany. East Berlin, on the other hand, was declared the capital of East Germany. With the fall of the Berlin wall in 1990, Berlin once again became the capital of all Germany. Berlin posters also pays tribute to this incredibly complex history. You can see this in items such as Berlin Wall Closeup on Potsdamer Platz, which shows just a small piece of this meaningful structure. Part of Berlin Wall with Grunge Graffiti - Potsdamer Platz is another Berlin poster that redirects this history into something more vibrant and current. Motifs such as these can be of historic value, but also would appeal to teenagers or adults who are fans of street art. The Brandenburg Gate is definitely one of the better-known monuments in Berlin. It is a symbol of the once divided West and East Berlin, allowing visitors to ascend to an observation deck to get a view behind the Iron Curtain. It was also here on 12 June in the year 1987 that President Ronald Reagan issued the momentous command to tear down the Berlin Wall, and after reunification, this monument quickly became a symbol of unity. Berlin posters like Brandenburg Gate at Night are a visually spectacular reminder of this.

Architectural excellence in Berlin posters

As already mentioned, the architecture in Berlin is one of its many assets, with a beautifully balanced mix of old and new. The Oberbaumbr├╝cke, for example, not only transports trains and traffic across the River Spree through gorgeously constructed arches, but is also a sight to behold in itself. A double-decker structure, it has distinctive mock medieval turrets adding to its mystery and architectural excellence. Deepening the romantic aspect of it, the bridge was a border checkpoint during the Cold War, with guards patrolling the river banks. Get this sublime structure into your space with Berlin posters like The Oberbaum Bridge and River Spree in Berlin.
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