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  2. Kronprinzenpalais - Wikipedia

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    The Kronprinzenpalais (English: Crown Prince's Palace) is a former Royal Prussian residence on Unter den Linden boulevard in the historic centre of Berlin. It was built in 1663 and renovated in 1857 according to plans by Heinrich Strack in Neoclassical style. From 1919 to 1937, it was home to the modern art collection of the National Gallery.

  3. John Corbett, Bo Derek attend the Raffaello Summer Day 2014 at Kronprinzenpalais on June 21, 2014 in Berlin, Germany. John Derek, wife Bo Derek and CJ the orangutan protest the forced editing of their movie, "Tarzan, the Ape Man" circa 1981 in New York City.

  4. Vincent van Gogh | Irises | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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    Exh. cat., Museum Folkwang, Essen. Freren, Germany, 1990, p. 44, states that Bernheim-Jeune found this work and The Met 1993.400.5 "too expensive" and that Cassirer subsequently bought them from Van Gogh's mother's estate, selling the present painting to Robert von Mendelssohn. Hans Bronkhorst. Vincent van Gogh. New York, [1990], p. 142.

  5. ウンター・デン・リンデン - Wikipedia

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    ウンター・デン・リンデン (Unter den Linden) はドイツ・ベルリンの大通りの一つである。 ウンター・デン・リンデンとは「菩提樹の下」の意味で、その名の通り菩提樹の並木道を満喫することができる。

  6. Wilhelm von Preußen (1882–1951) – Wikipedia

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    Friedrich Wilhelm Victor August Ernst, Kronprinz des Deutschen Reiches und von Preußen, ab 1919 Wilhelm Prinz von Preußen (* 6. Mai 1882 in Potsdam; † 20. Juli 1951 in Hechingen), war in den Jahren der Regierung seines Vaters Wilhelms II. von 1888 bis zur Abschaffung der Monarchie in der Novemberrevolution von 1918 preußischer und deutscher Kronprinz.