The life and death of a city's cemeteries
At the time it
was built in
1899, the Hermannstraße station was far outside the borders of Berlin.
of the city's Neukölln neighborhood, the station is on the southern part
eponymous main street, whose north-south stretch boasts eight church
dating back to the mid-nineteenth century. Appropriately enough, the station was rebuilt − or, buried − under the
Hermannstraße bridge ... by Max Bach