The station at Buelowstrasse was opened in 1902 as a part of the construction of the U2 line, going from Pankow in the north of Berlin to Charlottenburg in the west. The Buelowstrasse station itself is located in Schoeneberg, near Schoeneberger Wiese park.
It was destroyed during World War II, which allowed the enlargement of the structure during reconstruction works
The highlights of the station’s decorations are the poles on the entry to the station from the Kurfürstendamm, decorated with classic art nouveau faces
According to the Art Nouveau style, steel and glass play a prominant tole in the architecture and plays an integral part in the structure
It is an active station on a U2 line, therefore if you want to visit it, just hop on at any point.
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