"The Brandenburg Gate, Berlin, by C. G. Langhans, is in Greek Revival style and imitates the Propylaea at Athens; it illustrates the Antiquarian trend of the later part of the century in Europe."
---Fletcher, B., Sir. (1975). Sir Banister Fletcher's A History of Architecture, 18th ed./ revised by J. C. Palmes. London: Athlone Press. p.930.
The Brandenburg Gate was the first entrance to the city. Sculptures on the Gate are by Johann Gottfried Schadow.
Keywords: Germany, Berlin, monuments, Brandenburger Tor, Pariser Platz, site and lanscaped elements. Submitted by Zachary Snyder.