Spreespeicher is a huge building located directly on the banks of the River Spree, and stands out on the landscape of modern buildings and high rises. Built in 1913 by renowned architect Friedrich Krause, it was used for many years as a granary. In 1991, the granary closed, and a new concept was needed to fill the space left behind. Since that time many renovations have taken place, and the end result is a multi-purpose center with offices, cafes, and even a club. Throughout the reconstruction, the building has maintained its traditional appearance inside and out, retaining its architectural history and value.
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- Nearest Train: Warschauer Strasse