Tilla Durieux Park

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Tilla Durieux Park
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Tilla Durieux Park
LocationBerlin, Germany

Tilla Durieux Park (German: Tilla-Durieux-Park) is a park near Potsdamer Platz in Berlin, Germany. [1] [2] The park is named after the Austrian actress Tilla Durieux. [3] [4]

The park is located on lands formerly occupied by the Berlin Potsdamer Bahnhof railway.

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  2. Tilla-Durieux-Park: Potsdamer Platz Berlin (in Dutch). DS Landscape architects. 2003. ISBN   978-90-90-17077-0.
  3. "Linkstrasse and Tilla Durieux Park, Berlin, Germany". Manuel Cohen. Retrieved 2024-02-06.
  4. Stehle, Maria (Spring 2010). "Berlin's Potsdamer Platz as an Interactive Textbook: Space, Perspective, and Critical Research Skills". Journal of Educational Media, Memory, and Society . Berghahn Books. 2 (1): 139–153. JSTOR   43049344.

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