At the time of the Anhalter Bahnhof's construction there was no opening in the customs wall at this location, and so one was clearly needed so that travelers could get from city to station and vice versa.
And so the Anhalter Gate was created in 1839-40, and bore a strong resemblance to architect Karl Friedrich Schinkel's Potsdam Gate up the road.
In addition, he guided the site’s architecture and infrastructure and started the company’s growth team.
In April 2018, ILA Berlin is pleased to welcome the aerospace world to Berlin.
We invite you to join us at this high-tech event, where you can: Nowadays, the aerospace industry is truly developing at breakneck speed.
The Anhalter Bahnhof is a former railway terminus in Berlin, Germany, approximately 600 metres (0.5 mi) southeast of Potsdamer Platz.
Once one of Berlin's most important railway stations, it was severely damaged in World War II, and finally closed for traffic in 1952, when the GDR-owned Deutsche Reichsbahn rerouted all railway traffic between Berlin and places in the GDR avoiding the West Berlin area.