Jacob-und-Wilhelm-Grimm-Zentrum, Berlin, Germany
Antoni Figueras
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Jacob-und-Wilhelm-Grimm-Zentrum, Berlin, Germany
Bernd Metschke
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Jacob-und-Wilhelm-Grimm-Zentrum, Berlin, Germany
Bernd Metschke
Bernd Metschke www.berndmetschke.de
Jacob-und-Wilhelm-Grimm-Zentrum, Berlin, Germany
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Germany Jacob-und-Wilhelm-Grimm-Zentrum, Berlin

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Library of the Humbolt University, Berlin.

Make sure to check the current regulations on their website because this is a library of a university and photography during the regular opening hours is limited for a good reason.

Travel Information

University Library, free access. You can come by train or car, parking spaces are marked on the map.

Backpacks or camera bags are prohibited. You can leave your bag in a locker (located on the lower ground floor) and you need your own padlock.
Spot Type Indoor
Crowd Factor A decent amount of people
Best Timing All timings are equally good
Sunrise & Sunset 05:14 - 21:11 | current local time: 02:43
Photo Themes Library Modern Architecture university

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Spot Comments (3)

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Piotr Debek
Piotr Debek 25.05.2023
Well, now it is impossible to enter with any camera. It is guarded and any backpack is prohibited. Anyway, photographing while the library is open with students is also off limit. It requires special permit for visiting after hours.
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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