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  • Kollwitz in the theater building
    The new museum location at Charlottenburg Palace The former theater building at Schoss Charlottenburg, built in 1787 according to the plans of the architect Carl […]
  • S-Bahn station Prenzlauer Allee
    The Prenzlauer Allee S-Bahn station can be clearly seen in Kollwitz’s watercolor “Workers, Coming from the Station” from 1897. Depicted is a crowd of people […]
  • “Palme”
    Municipal shelter The homeless asylum at Fröbelstraße 15 in Prenzlauer Berg was the largest in the city from 1886 to 1940. In the vernacular it […]
  • Berlin backyards
    Backyards in Prenzlauer Berg Conditions in Berlin’s backyards were often precarious, characterized by gloom, confinement and cold, dampness and poor hygiene. They were already a […]
  • Weißenburger Straße 25
    The Kollwitz family in Prenzlauer Berg Käthe and Karl Kollwitz moved from Königsberg in East Prussia to Berlin-Prenzlauer Berg in 1891 to Weißenburger Straße 25 […]
  • Cemetery of the March Fallen
    The cemetery of the March Fallen was a special place for Käthe Kollwitz. Her father and grandfather had taken part in the March Revolution in […]
  • Women’s prison
    The Barnimstraße women’s prison existed from 1868 to 1974. Barnimstraße runs parallel to Mollstraße just north of Alexanderplatz. It was initially called the Royal Prussian […]
  • Volksbühne
    The establishment of the Volksbühne dates back to the Volksbühne (the people’s stage) movement, which was founded in 1890. Its goal was to allow workers […]
  • Studio Klosterstreet
    At Klosterstraße 75, the “Ateliergemeinschaft Klosterstraße” existed from 1933 to 1945 with about 40 studios, which had come into being through personal initiative. As early […]
  • Morgue
    Hannoversche Straße 6 On January 15, 1919, Karl Liebknecht and Rosa Luxemburg, co-founders of the socialist Spartacus League, were assassinated in Berlin. Käthe Kollwitz was […]
  • Theater, Theater
    Theater on Schiffbauerdamm Located directly on the Spree River, the theater opened on November 19, 1892 as the Neues Theater on Schiffbauerdamm. It was privately […]
  • Café Josty
    Artist café in Bellevue street Café Josty was a well-known artists’ café, located from 1880 to 1930 at Bellevuestraße 21 overlooking Potsdamer Platz. This was […]
  • School for female artists
    Classes for women in Potsdamer Street Käthe Kollwitz’s first place of work in Berlin was the teaching studio of the Verein der Berliner Künstlerinnen und […]
  • Siegmunds Hof
    Studio house in Hansaviertel When her sons Hans and Peter were teenagers, Käthe Kollwitz looked around for a studio outside the apartment, mainly because she […]
  • Sickingenstraße
    “Moabit Riots” Together with her husband, Käthe Kollwitz also took part in demonstrations herself and drove through the city to accompany workers’ protests as an […]