Gasometer Schöneberg

Gasometer Schöneberg

The 78-meter-high Gasometer Schöneberg, which has been a listed building since 1994, is considered the most distinctive landmark of the Schöneberg district. The gasometer was assembled as an industrial building between 1908 and 1910 and was one of the three largest gas tanks in Europe at the time of its construction.

  • Berliner Gasometer in Schöneberg© HHausrath
    Berliner Gasometer in Schöneberg: Innenansicht während einer Veranstaltung.
  • Gasometer Berlin-Schöneberg© dpa
    The gasometer towers over the buildings on Hauptstraße in Berlin's Schöneberg district.
  • Gasometer in Berlin-Schöneberg© dpa
    From September 2011 to the end of 2015, the ARD broadcast a political talk show hosted by Günther Jauch from the Gasometer.
  • Gasometer in Berlin-Schöneberg© dpa
    Exterior view of the Gasometer in Berlin-Schöneberg
  • Gasometer in Berlin - Schöneberg© dpa
    Exterior view of the Gasometer in Berlin-Schöneberg
  • Gasometer in Berlin-Schöneberg© dpa
    Interior view of the Gasometer in Berlin-Schöneberg
  • Gasometer in Berlin-Schöneberg© dpa
    Interior view of the Gasometer in Berlin-Schöneberg
  • Gasometer in Berlin-Schöneberg© dpa
    At the top of the 80-meter-high Gasometer in Berlin-Schöneberg
  • Gasometer in Schöneberg© dpa
    View from the Gasometer in Berlin-Schöneberg
  • Gasometer in Berlin-Schöneberg© www.7-20degrees.com
    People who are not afraid of heights can climb the Gasometer in Berlin-Schöneberg as part of a guided tour.
  • Gasometer in Berlin-Schöneberg© www.7-20degrees.com
    The Schöneberg gasworks is an important testimony to Berlin's 180-year gas supply history and has been a listed building since 1994.
  • Gasometer in Berlin-Schöneberg© www.7-20degrees.com
    Events are held regularly inside the dome of the Gasometer in Schöneberg.
  • Gasometer in Berlin-Schöneberg© www.7-20degrees.com
    The illuminated dome of the Gasometer in Schöneberg.
  • Gasometer in Berlin-Schöneberg© dpa
    The Gasometer in art: In the von der Heydt Museum in Wuppertal, the exhibition "Feininger - Early Works and Friends" features the paintings (left to right) "Trumpet Blower", "Gasometer in Berlin-Schöneberg," "On the Quai" and "Umpferstedt I" by Lyonel Feininger.

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