Dictionary of Berlin

Full text: Brasch & Rothenstein's Guide of Berlin

II. Cornelius-Saloon. Painting by P. Janssen in Dussel- 
dorf. Contains the cartoons of the frescoes in the Glyptothek 
at Munich, 
The Third Floor, to which a marble staircase ascends, 
is used for periodic exhibitions. At the top of are the large 
painting by Makart of Catharine. Cornaro and Venice, already 
mentioned, and two Cartoons by Schnorr von Karolsfeld, re 
presenting Siegfried’s return from the Saxon wars, and the 
Burial of the Burgundians. — The Central Room contains 
the collections of Drawings, consisting of about 7000 sketches 
and water-colours by German artists of the present century. 
National-Panorama (see Panoramas). 
Natural History, Collections of specimens in geographical 
order, in the Zoological Museum, University building, 3rd floor. 
Admission: Tuesdays and Fridays from 12 to 2 o’clock. 
Neue Kirche, rebuild in 1883, with most imposing cupola, 
near the Royal Theatre. 
Nicknacks. Monster-Bazar, L. Brockmann; chief 
establishment Leipziger Strasse 97, parterre and first floor; 
branches Friedrich-Strasse 178; Friedrich-Strasse 89 b; Belle 
Alliance Strasse 102; Moabit, Wilsnacker-Strasse 1. 
Nicolai-Kirche, Poststrasse, the oldest church of Berlin. 
Altar-Pieta by Rhode Memorial stones of v. Puffendorf, 
Chancellor Distelmeyer and Porst. 
Newspapers. A Collection of the best Papers, illustrated 
Journals and Periodicals, about 420 in number, daily on file 
in Messrs Brasch & Rothenstein’s Reading-Rooms, 78 Fried- 
richstrasse. 1st. floor, open from 9 o’clock. A. m. to 9 o’clock. 
P. m., Sundays from 9 to 1 o’clock. 
In the New York Herald, of the 23rd of De 
cember 1882, its correspondent says: „Before 
closing these notes I would call the attention 
of Americans who are coming to Berlin to visit 
the Hygienic Exhibition next year that excellent 
Reading Rooms may be found at Messrs. Brasch
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