borough of Berlin, Germany
Wikimedia Commons category: Reinickendorf (district of Berlin)
Reinickendorf is the twelfth borough of Berlin. It encompasses the northwest of the city area, including the Berlin Tegel Airport, Lake Tegel, spacious settlements of detached houses as well as housing estates like Märkisches Viertel.
German Bezirk Reinickendorf
Reinickendorf ist der zwölfte Verwaltungsbezirk von Berlin. Am 31. Dezember 2020 hatte er 266.408 Einwohner. Der im Norden der Stadt gelegene Bezirk wurde 1920 durch Eingemeindung zahlreicher Gebiete im Zuge des Groß-Berlin-Gesetzes geschaffen. Im Bezirk liegt der Tegeler See, ein Nebengewässer der Havel.
Der Firmensitz der August Storck KG, eines der umsatzstärksten Produzenten von Süßwaren in Europa, befindet sich im Bezirk.Zu den bekanntesten Bauwerken des Bezirks zählen u. a. das Schloss Tegel, der im Baustil des Backsteinexpressionismus errichtete Borsigturm sowie die Wohnbauten der Weißen Stadt, die zu den Siedlungen der Berliner Moderne gehören.
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Polish Reinickendorf (okręg administracyjny Berlina)
Reinickendorf – dwunasty okręg administracyjny Berlina, który jest zamieszkany przez 260 253 osoby (stan na 31 grudnia 2015).
Pod względem powierzchni jest piątym okręgiem. Jego nazwa pochodzi od jednej z dzielnic składowych – Reinickendorfu. W dzielnicy Tegel znajduje się lotnisko o tej samej nazwie.
Po II wojnie światowej obie dzielnice okręgu, Reinickendorf i Wedding, należały do francuskiej strefy okupacyjnej, znajdującej się z Berlinie Zachodnim.
Russian Райниккендорф (округ Берлина)
Райниккендорф (нем. Reinickendorf) — административный округ Берлина.
После 1945 года округ находился во французском секторе Западного Берлина. В округе Райниккендорф расположен аэропорт Тегель.
Source: Райниккендорф (округ Берлина)
Ukrainian Райнікендорф (округ)
Ра́йникендорф (нім. Reinickendorf) - 12 адміністративний округ Берліна заснований у 2001р. Назва округу походить від села Райнікен, що колись тут було. Після 1945 року район Райнікендорф належав французькому сектору Берліна аж до возз’єднання Західного та Східного Берліна 3 жовтня 1990р.
Source: Райнікендорф (округ)
Reinickendorf es el duodécimo distrito de Berlín. Abarca la zona noroeste de la ciudad, incluido el aeropuerto de Berlín-Tegel, el lago de Tegel, los espaciosos asentamientos de viviendas unifamiliares, así como los polígonos de vivienda como Märkisches Viertel.
French Arrondissement de Reinickendorf
Reinickendorf [ˈʀaɪ̯nɪkn̩ˌdɔʁf] est le 12e arrondissement administratif (Bezirk) de la ville de Berlin. Situé au nord de la ville et limitrophe de l'arrondissement de Haute-Havel du Land de Brandebourg.
L'arrondissement à une superficie de 89,48 km2 pour une population de 261 919 hab. (au 01/01/2017), soit une densité de 2 927 hab km2.
Reinickendorf est jumelée avec la ville d'Antony.
Source: Arrondissement de Reinickendorf
Italian Distretto di Reinickendorf
Il distretto di Reinickendorf (in tedesco Bezirk Reinickendorf) è il dodicesimo distretto di Berlino.
Source: Distretto di Reinickendorf
ライニッケンドルフ区 (Bezirk Reinickendorf) は、ドイツの首都・ベルリン特別市北西部にある行政区 (Bezirk) である。
赖尼肯多夫（德語：Reinickendorf，德语：[ˈʁaɪ̯nɪkn̩ˌdɔʁf] （ 聆聽））是德國首都柏林下轄的12個區之一。赖尼肯多夫位於柏林的西南部，擁有柏林-泰格爾奧托·利林塔爾機場、泰格尔湖等地標。赖尼肯多夫下轄有11個分區。
Places located in Reinickendorf
Berlin Tegel "Otto Lilienthal" Airport (German: Flughafen Berlin-Tegel „Otto Lilienthal“) (IATA: TXL, ICAO: EDDT) is the main international airport of Berlin, the federal capital of Germany. It formerly served West Berlin. The airport is named after Otto Lilienthal and is the fourth busiest airport in Germany, with 20.5 million passengers in 2017 and about 22 million in 2018. The airport is a hub for Eurowings as well as a base for EasyJet. It features flights to several European metropolitan and leisure destinations as well as some intercontinental routes. It is situated in Tegel, a section of the northern borough of Reinickendorf, 8 km (5.0 mi) northwest of the city centre of Berlin. Tegel Airport is notable for its hexagonal main terminal building around an open square, which makes walking distances as short as 30 m (98 ft) from the aircraft to the terminal exit.
Tegel is a locality (Ortsteil) in the Berlin borough of Reinickendorf on the shore of Lake Tegel. The Tegel locality, the second largest in area (after Köpenick) of the 96 Berlin districts, also includes the neighbourhood of Saatwinkel.
Reinickendorf is a locality (Ortsteil) of Berlin in the borough (Bezirk) of Reinickendorf. It had a population of 72,859 in 2008.
Berlin Karl-Bonhoeffer-Nervenklinik is a railway station in the Reinickendorf borough of Berlin, Germany. It is served by the Berlin S-Bahn, the line of the Berlin U-Bahn and named after the adjacent homonymous psychiatric hospital in Wittenau. The namesake psychiatrist Karl Bonhoeffer (1868–1948) was the father of the resistance fighters Klaus and Dietrich Bonhoeffer. Whereas the hospital and the underground station are located in the locality of Wittenau, the S-Bahn station happens to be in the adjacent Reinickendorf, both localities of the Reinickendorf borough.
Berlin-Frohnau (in German S-Bahnhof Berlin-Frohnau) is a railway station in the neighbourhood of Frohnau, in the city of Berlin, Germany. It is served by the Berlin S-Bahn and by several local buses.
Das Buddhistische Haus (English: Berlin Buddhist Vihara, literally the Buddhist house) is a Theravada Buddhist temple complex (Vihara) in Frohnau, Berlin, Germany. It is considered to be the oldest and largest Theravada Buddhist center in Europe and has been declared a National Heritage site.
Berlin-Waidmannslust (in German S-Bahnhof Berlin-Waidmannslust) is a railway station in the neighbourhood of Waidmannslust, in the city of Berlin, Germany. It is served by the Berlin S-Bahn and by several local buses.
Wittenau is a German locality (Ortsteil) within the borough (Bezirk) of Reinickendorf, Berlin.
Berlin-Wilhelmsruh (in German S-Bahnhof Berlin-Wilhelmsruh) is a railway station in the neighbourhood of Reinickendorf right adjacent to the locality of Wilhelmsruh, in the city of Berlin, Germany. Until the 1938 administrative border shift the station happened to be within the boundaries of Wilhelmsruh. It is served by the Berlin S-Bahn and a local bus. The reconnection of the station with the Berlin–Groß Schönebeck Railway is planned.
The Berlin-Tegel Russian Orthodox Cemetery (German: Russischer Friedhof Berlin-Tegel) is the only Russian Orthodox burial ground in Berlin. It is located on Witte street in the Tegel locality of the Reinickendorf borough. It is owned and operated by the Brotherhood of St. Prince Vladimir (Bratstvo).
Berlin Tegel is a railway station in Tegel, a locality of the Reinickendorf borough of Berlin. It is served by the S-Bahn line .
Whilst the U6 is located a couple of streets away, it is not possible to reach Berlin Tegel Airport directly from this station.
Waidmannslust is a German locality (Ortsteil) within the borough (Bezirk) of Reinickendorf, Berlin.
Berlin Alt-Reinickendorf is a railway station in the Reinickendorf district of Berlin. It is served by the S-Bahn line . The station, located in the old town of the locality of Reinickendorf, was called Berlin-Reinickendorf until 1994.
Eichborndamm is a railway station in the Reinickendorf neighbourhood of the homonymous borough in Berlin. It is served by the S-Bahn line .
The station was called Eichbornstraße until 29 May 1994.
Berlin-Hermsdorf (in German S-Bahnhof Berlin-Hermsdorf) is a railway station in the neighbourhood of Hermsdorf, in the city of Berlin, Germany. It is served by the Berlin S-Bahn and by several local buses.
Berlin-Wittenau (in German S-Bahnhof Berlin-Wittenau, officially Wittenau (Wilhelmsruher Damm)) is a railway station in the Wittenau district of Berlin, Germany. It is served by the Berlin S-Bahn and numerous local buses. It is also the northern terminus of the Berlin U-Bahn line .
The Schloss Tegel or Humboldt-Schloss is a country house in Tegel, part of the Reinickendorf district of the German capital Berlin. The brothers Wilhelm and Alexander von Humboldt spent much of their childhood in a former schloss on the site and on the estate, which extends almost as far as Lake Tegel.
The present building was built between 1820 and 1824 by Wilhelm von Humboldt to designs by Karl Friedrich Schinkel. It still belongs to the Heinz family, descendants of Wilhelm. It houses the private Humboldt-Museum, open to guided tours during the summer.
Schulzendorf is a railway station in Heiligensee (a locality of the Reinickendorf borough) in Berlin. It is served by the S-Bahn line .
Berlin-Schönholz railway station (German: Bahnhof Berlin-Schönholz) is a railway station in Berlin, Germany. It is located on the Berlin Northern Railway (Berliner Nordbahn) line in the district of Reinickendorf, though it is named after the adjacent Schönholz quarter of the neighbouring Pankow district. From here, the Kremmen Railway branch line leads to Hennigsdorf and Kremmen. The station is served by S-Bahn trains and local bus lines, and is protected as a listed monument.
Lübars (German pronunciation: [ˈlyːbaʁs] (listen)) is a German locality (Ortsteil) within the borough (Bezirk) of Reinickendorf, Berlin.
Kurt-Schumacher-Platz is a station on the U 6 line of the Berlin U-Bahn. There is a bus link outside the station connecting Berlin's Tegel International Airport to the U-Bahn network. The station was opened on 3 May 1956 and named after famous German politician Kurt Schumacher.
The station was built by B. Grimmek, and has yellow tiles on the wall. The U6 extension between Seestrasse (Berlin U-Bahn) and Kurt-Schumacher-Platz was the first new subway line built after World War II in Berlin. After this station, the U6 trains travel above ground towards Alt-Tegel (except that Borsigwerke and Alt-Tegel stations are underground).
Alt-Tegel is a Berlin U-Bahn station located on the U 6.
It was constructed by B. Grimmek and opened as "Tegel" station in 1958. In 1992, the station was renamed to Alt-Tegel (Old Tegel). Nearby is the S-Bahn station Berlin-Tegel, and the rename perhaps occurred to avoid confusion.As it is the end of the U6, it has eight exits, and is an important feeder for people who want to go to the Tegeler See, a recreation site in Berlin.
Lindauer Allee is a Berlin U-Bahn station located on the U 8 in Berlin, Germany.
Designed by Rainer G. Rümmler, the station opened on 24 September 1994, as part of the extension of the U8 to Wittenau. The station is tiled in green, violet, light blue and yellow with trees depicted on the walls as a reference to Lindau (Lindenbaum = lime tree). Mentionable is the gallery with the balustrade from where the whole station is visible. The only similar galleried view in Berlin is at the station Rathaus Spandau.
Otisstraße is a Berlin U-Bahn station located on the line.
The station is close to the street Otisstraße, hence the name. It was renamed in 2004 to celebrate the 150th year of operations of the local Otis Elevator Company and to correct a long-standing anomaly: this U6 line station was originally named Seidelstraße, even though its entrance was closer to Otisstraße.
It was constructed in 1958 by the architect B. Grimmek. In the beginning "Flugplatz Tegel" (Tegel Aerodrome) was appended to the station's name. This was changed to "Flughafen Tegel" (Tegel Airport) in 1961. This addition was deleted in 1974.
Holzhauser Straße is a Berlin U-Bahn station located on the line.
The station was built on an embankment by Grimmek in 1958.
Scharnweberstraße is a Berlin U-Bahn station located on the .
It was constructed by B. Grimmek in 1958. Due to the extension of the U6, the trains had to go above ground after Kurt-Schumacher-Platz station. Soil for the embankment on which the line is built came from excavations for the U9, which was being built in parallel.
As the trains had to go above ground, Berliner Verkehrsbetriebe (BVG), who operate the Berlin U-Bahn, had to install windscreen wipers on the trains.
Borsigwerke is a Berlin U-Bahn station located on the U 6.
This station was built by Bruno Grimmek and opened in 1958. The northern entrance was integrated into the famous brick entrance building of the Borsig Factory (German: Borsigwerke). The walls of the platform are covered with yellow tiles.
Paracelsus-Bad is a Berlin U-Bahn station located on the U 8.
Designed by R.G.Rümmler and opened in 1987 it was named after the philosopher Paracelsus and the nearby bath.
The walls are covered with white tiles and black borders. You can also find several pictures with mid age bathing scenes. The columns are also covered with black and white panels.
Franz-Neumann-Platz (Am Schäfersee) is a Berlin U-Bahn station located on the U 8.
Opened in 1987 and built by R. G. Rümmler, the station was originally supposed to be named Schäfersee. However, politicians convinced the BVG to use the name of a famous SPD chairman.
Rathaus Reinickendorf (Reinickendorf Town Hall) is a Berlin U-Bahn station located on the U8.
It was designed in 1994 by architect R.G.Rümmler.
Residenzstraße is a Berlin U-Bahn station located on the .
Opened in 1987 (Rümmler) this station was designed to resemble a palace, the Berliner Stadtschloss. With ornaments on the floor, pompous columns, mirrors and golden capitals this was accomplished (and very expensive). The motifs on the walls show plans of Berlin, the old Stadtschloss and parts of Berlin.
Hermsdorf is a district (Ortsteil) of Berlin located in the borough (Bezirk) of Reinickendorf.
Heiligensee (German pronunciation: [ˈhaɪ̯lɪɡn̩ˌzeː] (listen)) is a locality within Reinickendorf, a borough of the German capital, Berlin. It has 17,780 inhabitants
and an area of 10.7 km2 (4.1 sq mi).
Heiligensee is a railway station in Heiligensee, a locality in the Reinickendorf borough of Berlin. It is served by the S-Bahn line .
Frohnau (German pronunciation ) is a locality in the Reinickendorf borough of Berlin, Germany. It lies in the extreme northern part of the city. Frohnau is an affluent area characterized by many patrician villas from the early 20th century. During the Cold War, it was part of West Berlin.
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