Hall of red granite pillars with a glass mosaic designed by Anton von Werner at the base of the Siegessaule or Berlin Victory Column, designed by Heinrich Strack and inaugurated 1873 to celebrate the victories of the Prussian army in the Danish-Prussian war, Austro-Prussian war and Franco-Prussian war, at the Grosser Stern, Grosser Tiergarten Park, Berlin, Germany. The monument takes the form of a column topped by a giant gilded bronze statue of Victoria by Friedrich Drake, a hall pillars below and reliefs around the base. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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Hall of red granite pillars with a glass mosaic designed by Anton von Werner at the base of the Siegessaule or Berlin Victory Column, designed by Heinrich Strack and inaugurated 1873 to celebrate the victories of the Prussian army in the Danish-Prussian war, Austro-Prussian war and Franco-Prussian war, at the Grosser Stern, Grosser Tiergarten Park, Berlin, Germany. The monument takes the form of a column topped by a giant gilded bronze statue of Victoria by Friedrich Drake, a hall pillars...
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