Dictionary of Berlin

Full text: Brasch & Rothenstein's Guide of Berlin

from 11 till 4 on application to the secretary. Professors of 
painting, sculpture, architecture and music are appointed by 
the academy and prizes annually awarded to successful 
The other Academies are: 
The Technische Hochschu/e in Charlottenburg divided 
into five branches: architecture, engineering proper, machine 
work, mining engineering and universal sciences. 
The Royal Mining School 46—47, Invaliden-Strasse. 
The principal object of the institution is to discipline the 
students thoroughly in the principles of those sciences upon 
which the operations of the miner and metallurgist depend. 
The courses are systematic and are so arranged as to illu 
strate, within two years, the principal subjects taught at the 
Albums and Bijouterie. Those who desire to 
see a really handsome assortment of elegant Albums, 
Vienna Bronze and Leather Goods as well as Tra 
velling Bags, would do well to make a call at the busi 
ness of Alexander Schultz, Unter den Linden 22 and 23 
(corner of the Passage). Here the purchaser will find the 
utmost satisfaction in the articles displayed and in an exten 
sive selection of Parisian Bijouterie of the best quality. A 
great specialty of this house is also beautiful fans of silk, 
tortoise-shell, ivory and mother of pearl; also feather fans 
in an extensive and handsome variety. The excellent stock 
of English umbrellas and canes can also be recommended to 
the stranger for beauty and durability; Parisian opera glasses 
from the best makers are also to be had at this popular 
house and satisfaction is guaranteed in every case. 
Alsenbriicke (Alsen Bridge) built in 1865 as a memo 
rial of the Prussian victory in Denmark the year before; near 
the Lehrte Station. 
Amber goods. We call the attention of lovers of 
this article to the fact that amber is found only in Prussia, 
in the earth as well as in the sea, especially in the Baltic;
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