Großer Tiergarten

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English Tiergarten (park)

The Tiergarten (formal German name: Großer Tiergarten) is Berlin’s most popular inner-city park, located completely in the district of the same name. The park is 210 hectares (520 acres) in size and is among the largest urban gardens of Germany. Only the Tempelhofer Park (previously Berlin's Tempelhof airport) and Munich's Englischer Garten are larger.

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German Großer Tiergarten

Der Große Tiergarten in Berlin ist eine zentral im Ortsteil Tiergarten des Bezirks Mitte gelegene Parkanlage, die sich auf 210 Hektar (2,1 km²) erstreckt. Einige breite Straßen durchschneiden den Park, darunter die Straße des 17. Juni; sie kreuzen sich am Großen Stern, in dessen Mitte die Siegessäule steht.

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Russian Большой Тиргартен

Большой Тиргартен (нем. Großer Tiergarten) — парк в центре Берлина. Площадь самого большого парка Берлина составляет 210 га. Для сравнения: Гайд-парк в Лондоне занимает площадь 125 га и Центральный парк в Нью-Йорке — 335 га. Несколько больших автомагистралей проходят по парку, среди них улица 17 Июня. Они перекрещиваются на площади Большая Звезда, в середине которого находится берлинская колонна Победы.

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Ukrainian Великий Тіргартен

Великий Тіргартен (нім. Großer Tiergarten) — парк у центрі Берліна. Площа найбiльшого парку Берліна становить 210 га. Для порівняння: Гайд-парк в Лондоні займає площу 125 га і Центральний парк у Нью-Йорку — 335 га. Кілька великих автомагістралей проходять через парк, серед них Вулиця 17 червня. Вони схрещуються на площі Велика Зірка, в середині якої знаходиться берлінська колона Перемоги.

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cs Tiergarten

Tiergarten (oficiální název Großer Tiergarten) je druhý největší městský park v Berlíně a třetí největší v Německu na ploše 2,1 km². Rozkládá se na území bývalého Západního Berlína, v centrální části se nachází Vítězný sloup z roku 1873. Napříč parkem prochází od Braniborské brány z východu na západ ulice 21. června (21. Juni). Severní část je ohraničena řekou Sprévou.

V roce 1527 je území uváděno jako lovecká oblast braniborského kurfiřta, kde byli loveni jeleni a jiná divoká zvířata. Odtud vznikl název (Tier – zvíře) a (Garten – zahrada). Pruský král Fridrich II. roku 1741 lov zakázal a pověřil architekta George von Knobelsdorff Wenzeslaus přebudováním oblasti na veřejný park. V roce 1844 byla v jihozápadní části na ploše 35 ha zřízena nejstarší německá zoologická zahrada.

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Spanish Tiergarten

El Tiergarten es el principal parque de Berlín,[1]​ capital de Alemania. Ubicado en el centro de la ciudad, es además desde 2001 un distrito de esta ciudad.

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French Großer Tiergarten

Le großer Tiergarten [ˈɡʀoːsɐ ˈtiːɐ̯ˌɡaʁtn̩] (littéralement « grand jardin aux animaux ») est un parc du centre de Berlin (à l'ouest de la porte de Brandebourg), situé dans le quartier auquel il a donné son nom Berlin-Tiergarten dans l’arrondissement de Mitte.

Avec ses 210 hectares, ses 3 kilomètres de long sur 1 kilomètre de large, c’est le deuxième espace vert de la ville en superficie, après la Tempelhofer Freiheit, situé à l'emplacement de l'ancien aéroport de Berlin-Tempelhof, et le troisième d’Allemagne (en comparaison, le jardin anglais de Munich couvre une superficie de 417 ha, les bois de Vincennes et bois de Boulogne à Paris couvrent respectivement 995 et 846 ha, Central Park à New York 341 ha et Hyde Park à Londres 141 ha). C'est le plus ancien parc de la ville.

Créé au XVIe siècle, et malgré les aménagements du XIXe siècle, il a conservé son aspect sauvage, alternant pelouses, petits étangs et longues zones boisées. Il est traversé par plusieurs avenues dont une des plus célèbres artères de la capitale qui le parcourt d'est en ouest, la rue du 17 juin à mi-parcours de laquelle se trouve la Großer Stern, avec en son centre, la colonne de la victoire.

Ancienne réserve de chasse, le großer Tiergarten abrite de nombreux animaux sauvages et la municipalité a mandaté trente-cinq « chasseurs urbains » dont l'objectif est de lutter contre la prolifération du gibier, notamment les sangliers.

On trouve dans le parc d'autres monuments célèbres tels que :

le château de Bellevue (résidence officielle du président de la République fédérale d'Allemagne), au nord-ouest,

la Siegessäule, au centre-ouest,

le Mémorial soviétique, à l'est,

le palais du Reichstag (qui abrite le Bundestag), au nord-est.

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Italian Großer Tiergarten

Il Großer Tiergarten (o semplicemente Tiergarten) è un parco pubblico di Berlino.

Si trova nel distretto (Bezirk) di Mitte, e dà il nome al quartiere in cui si trova.

Con una superficie di 342 ettari, è il più esteso spazio verde del centro della città. È attraversato in direzione Est-Ovest da una grande arteria rettilinea, la Straße des 17. Juni, che parte dalla Porta di Brandeburgo. Questo asse è interrotto dalla Großer Stern ("Grande Stella"), una piazza circolare al cui centro sorge la Siegessäule ("Colonna della Vittoria"), e dove si incrociano tre grosse arterie cittadine.

Il parco è in gran parte coperto da bosco di latifoglie e qualche conifera. È attraversato oltre ai corsi da molti sentieri pedonali o ciclabili, e al suo interno si trovano molti prati e laghetti.

La parte sud-ovest del parco è occupata dallo Zoo di Berlino.

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Japanese ティーアガルテン

ティーアガルテン (Tiergarten)

ティーアガルテン (Tiergarten) - ドイツ語で(小型の)動物園のこと。

ティーアガルテン地区 (Ortsteil Tiergarten) - ベルリン・ミッテ区 (Bezirk Mitte) に含まれる一地区。2001年の合併により現ミッテ区に吸収された旧ティーアガルテン区の一部に相当する。

大ティーアガルテン (Großer Tiergarten) - ベルリン・ミッテ区ティーアガルテン地区にある広大な公園。本項ではこれについて記述する。

小ティーアガルテン (Kleiner Tiergarten) - ベルリン・ミッテ区モアビート地区にある公園。

大ティーアガルテン (ドイツ語: Großer Tiergarten) は、ベルリン中心部、ミッテ区のティーアガルテン地区に位置する広大な公園。

単に「ティーアガルテン」といった場合には、この大ティーアガルテンのことを指す場合が多いが、同じくミッテ区のモアビート地区にもティーアガルテンという名の公園があるため、ティーアガルテン地区のものには「大」を、モアビート地区のものには「小」を冠して区別している。総面積は210ヘクタール。

かつては王家の狩猟場だった。1818年からと1832年 - 1840年の2回、造園家ペーター・ヨーゼフ・レンネによって現在の形に整備される。中心部に戦勝記念塔が建ち、公園内を6月17日通りが通る。西にエルンスト・ロイター広場、南西にベルリン動物園、東にブランデンブルク門がある。

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pt Großer Tiergarten

Großer Tiergarten, conhecido simplesmente como Tiergarten, é um parque urbano público da Alemanha, localizado no centro da cidade de Berlim, na localidade homônima. O parque tem cerca de 210 hectares. Entre os jardins urbanos da Alemanha, apenas o Englischer Garten, em Munique (com 417 hectares), é maior.

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zh 大蒂尔加滕公园

大蒂尔加滕公园,或称蒂尔加滕公园、蒂尔加藤公园(德語:Großer Tiergarten),是位于德国首都柏林米特区下辖蒂尔加滕区的一座城市公园。公园总面积2.1平方公里(210公顷),是德国第三大、柏林第二大市内公园,小于同在柏林的滕珀尔霍夫公园。几条大街从公园中穿过,其中包括六月十七日大街。这些大街交汇于公园中央的胜利纪念柱,交汇处的环路和胜利柱组成“大角星广场”。

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English Großer Tiergarten

Berlin's largest park. In the summer and on weekends you will see loads of families with their barbecues.

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Places located in Großer Tiergarten

Mitte

Mitte is the first and most central borough of Berlin. The borough consists of six sub-entities: Mitte proper, Gesundbrunnen, Hansaviertel, Moabit, Tiergarten and Wedding.

It is one of the two boroughs (the other being Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg) which were formerly divided between East Berlin and West Berlin. Mitte encompasses Berlin's historic core and includes some of the most important tourist sites of Berlin like Museum Island, the Reichstag and Berlin Hauptbahnhof, Checkpoint Charlie, the TV tower, Brandenburg Gate, Unter den Linden, Potsdamer Platz, Alexanderplatz, the latter five of which were in former East Berlin.

Tiergarten

Tiergarten (German for Animal Garden, historically for Deer Garden) is a locality within the borough of Mitte, in central Berlin (Germany). Notable for the great and homonymous urban park, before German reunification, it was a part of West Berlin. Until Berlin's 2001 administrative reform, Tiergarten was also the name of a borough (Bezirk), consisting of the current locality (Ortsteil) of Tiergarten (formerly called Tiergarten-Süd) plus Hansaviertel and Moabit. A new system of road and rail tunnels runs under the park towards Berlin's main station in nearby Moabit.

Bismarck Memorial

The Bismarck Memorial (German: Bismarck-Nationaldenkmal) in the Tiergarten in Berlin, is a prominent memorial statue dedicated to Prince Otto von Bismarck, Minister President of the Kingdom of Prussia and the first Chancellor of the German Empire. It was sculpted by Reinhold Begas. It is one of 250 memorials to Bismarck worldwide.

This memorial in Berlin portrays Bismarck in his ceremonial garb as Chancellor standing above statues of:

Atlas, showing Germany's world power status at the end of the 19th century;

Siegfried, forging a sword to show Germany's strong industrial and military might;

Germania pinning underfoot a panther, symbolizing the suppression of discord and rebellion;

a sibyl reclining on a sphinx and reading the book of history.The statue, along with the famous Berlin victory column, were once located in front of the Reichstag building before they were moved in 1938 by Adolf Hitler in his project to recast Berlin as Welthauptstadt Germania. The statue weathered a marked amount of shrapnel damage during World War II, but has survived largely intact to the present day. In fact, the move probably saved the monument from total destruction, as the old garden in front of the Reichstag was completely obliterated in the war.

Siegesallee

The Siegesallee (German: [ˈziːɡəs.aˌleː], Victory Avenue) was a broad boulevard in Berlin, Germany. In 1895, Kaiser Wilhelm II ordered and financed the construction and expansion of an existing alley with a variety of marble statues, which was finalized in 1901.

About 750 m in length, it ran northwards through the Tiergarten park from Kemperplatz (an intersection of roads on the southern edge of the park near Potsdamer Platz), to the former site of the Victory Column at the Königsplatz, close to the Reichstag. Along its length the Siegesallee cut across the Charlottenburger Chausee (today's Straße des 17. Juni, the main avenue that runs east–west through the park and leads to the Brandenburg Gate).

The marble monuments and the neobaroque ensemble were ridiculed even by its contemporaries. Berlin folkore dubbed the Kaiser Denkmalwilly (Monument Billy) for his excessive historicism. Moves to have the statues demolished were thwarted after the end of the monarchy in 1919.

The Siegessäule and the figures were moved by the Nazi government to the Großer Stern in 1939 to allow for larger military parades and conventions.

Some of the monuments were lost in the aftermath of the Second World War. The allied forces (the area later belonged to the British sector) had the alley erased and the area replanted. The Soviet War Memorial (Tiergarten) was erected there, deliberately crossing the former Victor Avenue of its foes in a symbolic act immediately after the end of the war.

Currently the remaining figures are being repaired and exhibited in Spandau. They will be part of the exhibition Enthüllt – Berlin und seine Denkmäler. The track itself was reconstructed as a footpath in 2006.

Beethoven-Haydn-Mozart Memorial

The Beethoven-Haydn-Mozart Memorial (German: Komponistendenkmal) is an outdoor 1904 memorial to the classical composers Ludwig van Beethoven, Joseph Haydn and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, designed by Rudolf and Wolfgang Siemering and located in Tiergarten, Berlin, Germany. The monument was commissioned by Kaiser Wilhelm II. The monument suffered considerable damage during WWII and was not fully restored until 2007. After two years of restoration works, the Beethoven-Haydn-Mozart Denkmal was re-erected that year, providing the revitalized monument that can be seen today.

Memorial to the Sinti and Roma victims of National Socialism

The Memorial to the Sinti and Roma Victims of National Socialism is a memorial in Berlin, Germany. The monument is dedicated to the memory of the 220,000 – 500,000 people murdered in the Porajmos – the Nazi genocide of the European Sinti and Roma peoples. It was designed by Dani Karavan and was officially opened on 24 October 2012 by German Chancellor Angela Merkel in the presence of President Joachim Gauck.

Goethe Monument

The Goethe Monument (German: Das Goethe-Denkmal) is an outdoor 1880 memorial to German writer and statesman Johann Wolfgang von Goethe by Fritz Schaper, located in Tiergarten in Berlin, Germany. The sculpture's base depicts the allegorical figures of Drama, Lyric Poetry (and Amor), and Science.

Richard Wagner Monument

The Richard Wagner Monument (German: Richard-Wagner-Denkmal) is a memorial sculpture of Richard Wagner by Gustav Eberlein, located in Tiergarten in Berlin, Germany. It was created during 1901–1903 and is installed along Tiergartenstraße across from the Indian Embassy. It depicts Wagner in a seated pose and is covered by a roof.

Statue of Theodor Fontane

The statue of Theodor Fontane is an outdoor sculpture by German sculptors Max Klein and Frtz Schaper, installed at Großer Tiergarten in Berlin, Germany

Altgermanische Wisentjagd

Altgermanische Wisentjagd, or Altgermanische Büffeljagd, is an outdoor sculpture by Fritz Schaper, installed along Fasanerieallee in the Tiergarten, Berlin, Germany.

Statue of Helmuth von Moltke the Elder

The statue of Helmuth von Moltke the Elder by Joseph Uphues is located near the Berlin Victory Column in the Tiergarten, Berlin.

Hasenhatz zur Rokokozeit

Hasenhatz zur Rokokozeit, or Hasenhatz der Rokokozeit, is an outdoor sculpture by Max Baumbach, installed at Fasanerieallee in the Tiergarten, Berlin, Germany.

Eberjagd um 1500

Eberjagd um 1500 is an outdoor sculpture by Karl Begas, installed at Fasanerieallee in Tiergarten, Berlin, Germany.

Churfürstliche Fuchsjagd

Churfürstliche Fuchsjagd, also known as Die Fuchsjagd zur Kaiserzeit or Zeitgenössische Fuchsjagd, is an outdoor 1904 sculpture by Wilhelm Haverkamp, installed at Fasanerieallee in the Tiergarten, Berlin, Germany.

Memorial to Homosexuals Persecuted Under Nazism

The Memorial to Homosexuals persecuted under Nazism (German: Denkmal für die im Nationalsozialismus verfolgten Homosexuellen) in Berlin was opened on 27 May 2008.

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