The mosaic frieze Our Life comprises approx. 800,000 individual tiles and – measured by area – is Europe’s largest work of art. Walter Womacka produced the image between 1962 and 1964 in collaboration with other artists. The frieze now has protected heritage status.
Alexanderplatz – Berlin’s beating heart and a much-visited tourist magnet. It is crammed with shops and attractions such as the World Time Clock, the Haus des Lehrers and the 368-metre-tall TV Tower. It’s also a place where Berlin’s past and present converge.
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The Haus des Lehrers is located on Alexanderplatz immediately adjacent to the Berlin Congress Center (bcc). The two buildings form a single complex. You can get to the Haus des Lehrers by regional train, S-Bahn/U-Bahn, tram, bus or car.
Alexanderplatz is one of the most visited spots in Berlin and an unrivalled transport hub. For BVG services alone, 200,000 passengers embark, disembark or change at Alexanderplatz every day. Approx. 120,000 more passengers use the rail services. It’s ten minutes away from Berlin Central Station and 15 minutes from Potsdamer Platz.