Viktoria-Luise Platz is a park in Berlin, Schöneberg, named after Viktoria Luise of Prussia, daughter of Wilhelm II, last German Emperor, and great granddaughter of Queen Victoria of England.
It has a hexagonal shape with a fountain in the middle, a neoclassical arch on one side of it and a subway station on the other. You can reach the park with a U-Bahn line U4.
The park was laid out in 1900, when it’s namesake was 8 years old.
As a fairly large patch of green in a densely urbanized area, it is very popular among city dwellers looking to rest among at least a tiny bit of nature. The streets leading to the park are closed to the area is fairly quiet and undisturbed.
The park is surrounded by many interesting tenement buildings, ornamented in Jugendstil, very popular architectural style at the time, a German version of Art Nouveau.
See my other entries on parks/nature in and around Berlin
Schönower Heide: https://seeinberlin.com/2016/07/15/nature-around-berlin-the-schonow-heath-schonower-heide/
Peacock Island: https://seeinberlin.com/2016/07/28/peacock-island-the-kings-pleasure-house/