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Kaiser Germany White Fine Bisque Porcelain Duck Pair 8 Inch Figurine Statue #523 - Artist Signed On back
This is a video for "Canada Geese" by Kaiser, a bisque porcelain figurine that was made in West Germany and is #1002 of 1500.
To experience German culture, we visit Berlin. Our hotel is ideally located near Hauptbahnhof station, offering trains, metro cross and an ultra-modern shopping mall. A Hop-On, Hop-Off Bus introduces this sprawling city. Seated on the top deck, headsets tell us the nearby senate edifice stood abandoned during the Nazi and communist eras. Revamped to honour German reunification, the neo-classic Reichstag now sports a pane dome. Visitors can view democracy in action below, as well as enjoy panoramas of Germany’s dynamic capital. Landmarks often upgrade Berlin’s past. Amid Teagarden Park, Victory Column commemorates Prussia’s proud 1860s victories. Hopping off, we estimate Charlottenburg, the baroque palace Frederick I built for Queen Charlotte in 1699. His equestrian statue aptly stands surface, for Frederick entered only by her invitation. The interior reveals Charlotte’s intellect and love of the arts. Her music chamber displays a harpsichord, which she expertly played. Protection portraits portray Leibnitz, a preeminent philosopher friend and composer Corelli, who dedicated concertos to her. Images of Charlotte’s martially attired pacify, son and grandson decorate upper chambers. Pictured playing his flute, grandson Frederick the Great was a gifted musician composing divers sonatas and four symphonies. He also promoted German culture. Portraits of his friend Humbolt and other scientists adorn his study. Another chamber’s cabinets display his porcelain treasures. After strolling through palace gardens ends, we reboard the bus. Many Berlin sites call up hope. Built in the 1890s, Kaiser Wilhelm Church is a memorial to peace. Seated beside the World Fountain in an adjacent plaza, we look at surreal statues of women basking around its pool and bronze mechano man riding a turtle. Several floors display chic items. Savouring apple strudel and strawberry torte at a table next to a huge window, we view modern central Berlin. Reboarding the bus, we obsolescent West Berlin’s zoo, old city hall and arrays of new architecture. Bear sculptures, Berlin’s heraldic beasts, sometimes put in an appearance at entrances. Noting pink and blue pipes providing city drainage, we learn the word Berlin means swamp. Graffitied messages of rapture, harmony and peace now cover remnants of the famous wall that divided West and East Berlin from 1961 to 1989. Checkpoint Charlie also remains as a postwar prop for photo takers. Hopping off again, we descend upon the spectacular Brandenburg Gate. Nearby memorials recall the Nazi regime’s intolerance and grieve the handicapped, gay, gypsy and Jewish victims. The Mass murder Memorial’s 2,711 stark concrete slabs cover almost five acres. Dining at a riverside beer garden, we conversation about Germany’s rueful history and success since reunification. On our last day, we stroll along the River Spree to Museum Island where Berlin Cathedral rises first of all five neo-classic museums. Four display art treasures of the ancient world. The fifth, the German National Gallery, delights us with fictitious period art: Wagnerian knights, damsels and dragons. One room contains busts of well-known Germans, including Schinkel, architect of these impressive museums. A train returns us to our Viking hotel. Picking up deli sandwiches and pastries at a station shop, we head for our area to picnic and pack for our Elbe River cruise. Comments NOTE: To post a comment you must have an account with at least one of the following services: Disqus, Facebook, Stew, Google+ You may then login using your account credentials for that service. If you do not already have an account you may register a new profile with Disqus by first clicking the "Job as" button and then the link: "Don't have one. Register a new profile". The Coast Reporter welcomes your opinions and comments. We reserve the right to edit comments for space fully, style, legality and taste and reproduce them in print, electronic or otherwise. Source: www.coastreporter.net
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The abutting streets are also brimming with boutiques and eateries, with major sights like the Zoo and the Kaiser Wilhelm church an easy 10-minute meander. Cultural hotspots such as the historic Theatre des Westens and West Berlin's literature house
A: In 1872, August Alboth founded his porcelain-refining plant and decorating business in Coburg, Germany. His son, Ernst, joined the firm, followed by his son and son-in-law, George Kaiser, in 1922. In 1928, the company was renamed Alka, based on
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