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Architravelement vom Eosanderhof, Hohenzollerntreppe (Fragment 2 von 3), Teil des Architraves mit sichtbaren Steinschlössern, Konstruktionsprinzip

  • Object
  • Martin Heinrich Böhme; Werkstatt
  • Entstehungsort: Berlin (Stadt); Fundort: Berlin (Stadt)
  • 1713-1716


The craters, shattered walls, and pieces of rubble give an idea of the enormous power of the explosion that destroyed the Eosander Gate. In 1950, the East German government decided to demolish the palace, which had been severely damaged in World War II and was now a burned-out ruin. Before the destruction, specialists were commissioned to document the ruins and conserve individual pieces. The rubble was used to fill in the palace cellar after the detonation.

Detailed information

Involved Persons/Corporate Bodies
Martin Heinrich Böhme; Werkstatt
Period Produced
Exhibition Format
100 x 140 x 75 cm
2000 kg
Places / Cultures
Entstehungsort: Berlin (Stadt); Fundort: Berlin (Stadt)
Exhibition Location
UG.224.B2 E0111 Podest
Exhibition & Module
DA02 Palace Basement / DA02 0111 Demolition Pedestal
Persons / Corporate bodies
Eosander; Johann Friedrich von
Owner/Managing Institution
Stiftung Humboldt Forum im Berliner Schloss
Stiftung Humboldt Forum im Berliner Schloss
Inventory Number
o. Inv.
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