Bauakademie or Building Academy, originally built 1832-36 by Karl Friedrich Schinkel, home to architectural institutions and universities until it was demolished in 1962 and in 2000 this temporary structure was built resembling the original building, while plans to rebuild it are discussed, Berlin, Germany. The pink pipes are used for pumping water out of the ground during construction works, as the water table is so high. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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Bauakademie or Building Academy, originally built 1832-36 by Karl Friedrich Schinkel, home to architectural institutions and universities until it was demolished in 1962 and in 2000 this temporary structure was built resembling the original building, while plans to rebuild it are discussed, Berlin, Germany. The pink pipes are used for pumping water out of the ground during construction works, as the water table is so high. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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