Series: Berlin und seine Bauten

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Berlin und seine Bauten. Erstausgabe 1877. Zwei Teile in einem Band by Architekten-Verein zu Berlin-
Berlin und seine Bauten. Zweite Ausgabe 1896: 2 Bände by Architekten-Verein zu Berlin-
Berlin und seine Bauten - Teil 1: Städtebau by Harald BodenschatzTl. 1
Berlin und seine Bauten. Teil II: Rechtsgrundlagen und Stadtentwicklung. by Heinrich E. und F. Mielke (Schriftleitung)Teil II
Berlin Und Seine Bauten by Architekten- und Ingenieur-Verein zu BerlinTeil IV, Band D
Berlin und seine Bauten. Band V. Teil A. Bauten für die Kunst by Ernst HeinrichTeil V, Band A
Berlin und seine Bauten Teil 6 Sakralbauten by Marcus CanteTeil VI
Berlin und seine Bauten, Teil VII, Band A Krankenhäuser by Peter GüttlerTeil VII, Band A

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