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In December 1895, Hundrieser’s naturalistically formulated monumental sculpture “Berolina”, the female personification of the city of Berlin dressed in a baroque-antique style, was placed on Alexanderplatz near the Tietz department stores’. In 1896 he showed a galvanoplastic model of Berolina at the Berlin International Art Exhibition. In 1927 it was removed because of the building of the underground railway, but the figure with its massive granite base, which had become very popular in the meantime, was put up again in 1933 due to numerous protests from the population. In October 1944, the plastic, which was made of copper sheet metal, was dismantled and melted down for the extraction of raw metal; the base was removed in 1958.
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