24. June 2018 - 13:30 till 16:30
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Berlin from its Origins to 1914: An Informal Historical Walking Tour | Berlin | Sunday, 24. June 2018

We're happy to offer another informal cultural activity as part of the program of the Annual Meeting. Please join us for an informal historical walking tour of Berlin, organized and lead by Bosch III alumnus Geoffrey D. Oliver. The tour will take place right after the brunch at the Zollpackhof on Sunday, June 24 at 1:30 PM. 
This informal tour will trace the growth of Berlin over its first 700 years, from its earliest days as a walled village to the capital of Imperial Germany, and explain how Berlin’s development was tied to the history of Prussia and Germany.  The tour will use historical paintings, drawings, maps and photographs to illustrate Berlin’s development.  Sites to be visited (exteriors only) include:  the Nikolaiviertel, the Schloss, the Zeughaus, Gendarmenmarkt, Bebelplatz, Humboldt University and the Neue Wache, Platz der Marzrevolution, the five museums of museum island, Schiffbauerdamm, and Friedrichstrasse. 
Meeting Location: in front of the Robert Bosch Stiftung - Repräsentanz Berlin (Französische Straße 32, 10117 Berlin)
Duration: approximately 3 hours
If you're interested in joining, please register for the tour. Please note that there will only be 12 spots available.