|This large building is part of the so-called Band des Bundes (Ribbon of Government Buildings), a series of government buildings north of the Reichstag and tucked into a loop of the river Spree. Paul-Löbe-Haus or the Parliament is aligned with this building to the east. Each end of the Chancellery building has a "court of honor"--one toward the Parliament Building and one toward the river. Five storey office builds are on each side of the central section.|
The east end, left photograph from the Reichstag dome
The east end, Court of Honor
Views from the northwest
The far west end of the building--another Court of Honor, seen from across the river
The far west end of the building seen from across the river Spree
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