The Hamburger Bahnhof, or Hamburg station, built 1846-47 in neoclassical style by Friedrich Neuhaus, Invalidenstrasse, Berlin, Germany. The station building is today home to the Museum fur Gegenwart, or the Museum for the Present, a contemporary art gallery. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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The Hamburger Bahnhof, or Hamburg station, built 1846-47 in neoclassical style by Friedrich Neuhaus, Invalidenstrasse, Berlin, Germany. The station building is today home to the Museum fur Gegenwart, or the Museum for the Present, a contemporary art gallery. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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