The old brewery


This is the old Schultheiss Brauerai in Kreuzberg. Unfortunately, nothing is being brewed up here anymore, but the buildings have been converted into apartments, including the main office area that you see here. It must be really neat to live there - like a castle!


I went around to the other side and found these gorgeous windows. I'm really jealous of the people who live in that apartment. Not only do they have that fantastic view, they are also just a few steps away from the Kreuzberg park which has a fantastic Biergarten and is generally a great place to walk around. Hope your weekend has been good so far. I'm exhausted from the sightseeing, but it's fun to show other people around. Don't forget to take a look at other reflections on Weekend Reflections.

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17 comments:

  1. wow! awesome building! really like the ivies, too!

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  2. It's a building with a whole lot of character!

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  3. I don,t get it why a brewery must look like a castle but it are nice windows indeed.

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  4. Interessantes Gebäude, gefällt mir!

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  5. Well now you've got me a bit jealous too... and craving a Weiße!

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  6. oh, if only...what a childhood dream, to live in a castle. what a magnificent edifice and across from a park with all its green! however, if I owned this beauty, the first thing I'd do is tear off the ivy; for some reason ivy growing on buildings creeps me out.

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    1. I agree with you, I'm not fond of ivy on buildings either. It's very damaging to the structure.

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  7. I love that building and it sure would be nice to see the inside. Very nice!!

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  8. I can only imagine how nice it would be to live there.I like the ivy. Adds character.

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  9. Great buildings you have. This is one of them.

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  10. Wow - it's like a fairy tale!

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  11. That looks so wonderful!

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  12. 'Rapunzel, Rapunzel, Let down your hair to me.'

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  13. When I worked in Columbus, Ohio, I lived in German Village, a historic neighborhood with brick buildings built in the late 1800s for the workers of the breweries. This building looks like one of the buildings in that neighborhood.

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  14. Fabulous architecture! Love this building.

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