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INTBAU Norway study tour to Berlin, Dresden and Potsdam

On 26-30 November, INTBAU Norway are organising a tour to visit restored heritage buildings, reconstructions and new buildings in a traditional style in Berlin, Dresden and Potsdam.

The tour will be conducted by Audun Engh of INTBAU Norway, Board member and ICC representative.

26 November: Arrival in Berlin any time.

27 November: Day trip by train (two hours) to Dresden, to see the Frauenkirche and Neumarkt reconstructions, the restored city palace, the Semper opera and museums.

28 November: Walking tours of Berlin, including the reconstructed City Palace (it will open next year), the Museum Island with several buildings in classical style, and many new urban buildings in traditional and classical style, designed by several architcts, including the Adlon Hptel (Patzschke Architects).

29 November: Day trip by train (30 minutes) to Potsdam, to see the reconstructed City Palace and neighbouring historic buildings, the St. Nicholas church designed by Schinkel,  the will preserved Old Town, the Sanssouci palace and park, and  “Kongsnaes”, the reconstructed dragon style wooden building, originally built by Emperor Wilhelm in the 1890s and designed by a Norwegian architect (destroyed during WWll).

30 November: Departure from Berlin any time.


Travel to Berlin and accommodation four nights is booked by participants individually. We recommend to book a hotel close to Savignyplatz / Bahnhof Zoo /Kurfürstendamm / Kantstrasse in west Berlin.


Participation fee, including three days of guided tours and train tickets, is 250 Euro (approx. 220 GBP). It can be transferred to our bank account, or paid in cash at the start of the tour.


Audun Engh. Email Mobile tel. 0047 92622626.