Laid out between 1889 and 1892, Wittenbergplatz is a square in the western part of Berlin. It is lined by restaurants, offices and shops, one of the most famous being Kaufhaus des Westens (KaDeWe). On several days of the week, various markets are held on the northern side of the square. Some of the marketers represent generations of vendors on the square. Wittenbergplatz Station is located in the centre of the square. Since 1980 the underground station has been a listed building. Waldemar Grzimek designed the skin-stressed well erected in 1985 at the centre of the two halves of the square.
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