- 11,5 x 6 x 2 cm
- 40 matches
- two different prints on one box
- price applies for one matchbox
On this decorative matchbox are the two large and very different urban planning projects of the Berlin post-war period from East and West: Hansaviertel and Karl-Marx-Allee (the former Stalinallee).
Karl-Marx-Allee with its monumental workers’ palaces in gingerbread style by Hermann Henselmann is considered a prime example of socialist architecture. In Hansaviertel, which was created as part of the Interbau 1957, there are modern buildings by renowned international architects such as Oscar Niemeyer, Alvar Aalto and Walter Gropius.