About the colour: Rotes Rathaus
The Rotes Rathaus (Red City Hall), built between 1861 and 1869, is located in the Mitte district of Berlin, near Alexanderplatz. The monumental building owes its name to the facade design with red bricks. After the Second World War it served as the town hall of East Berlin, while the Rathaus Schöneberg was the town hall of West Berlin. On 1 October 1991 the administration of reunified Berlin officially moved into the Rotes Rathaus. Red, the colour of love, is a fitting symbol for the reunion of this city that was broken, don't you think?
A2 Poster € 29.95
A3 Poster € 19.95
A4 Mini poster € 14.95
A6 Postcard € 2
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Label of the Elements posters and postcards are printed on premium heavy weight paper, which is planet friendly (FSC, TCF) and has a natural off-white look. The state of the art printing technique that is used guarantees a minimum of waste of paper and inks.