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Jacob-und-Wilhelm-Grimm-Zentrum Germany

Library of the Humbolt University, Berlin
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University Library, free access,
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A decent amount of people

Daytime

06:48 19:11
05:24
52°31'13.897" N 13°23'27.9614" E

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Antoni Figueras
Antoni Figueras 29.09.2016
Well, as it is very near the museums Island, I tried it. The entry is free, and if you go quick (of course, no tripod), you can get a shot from the upper reading room, facing the atrium, trying to annoy as less as possible to the people (you can see that the shot is not fully centered).
Andreas Brett
Andreas Brett 29.09.2016
I'm going there end of October. Is it easy to get in there for taking photos? Their website states that a permit is necessary for tripod-based photography :-/

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Thank you Antoni Figueras for creating this photo spot and Johannes Spaethe for improving it with additional photos or content.
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