"Amtsgericht Moabit, Berlin - I visited the main Criminal Court in Berlin (Moabit) with my Goethe Institut class, and was blown away by the stunning architecture inside the huge old building." So extravagant.
Guillotine from the Moabit prison in Berlin. In addition to being used by the Nazis, this one also was used after the war and became the last fallbeil to claim a life under West German law, when murderer and rapist Berthold Wehmeyer was beheaded in West Berlin on May 12, 1949. Source: FALLBEIL: THE TEUTONIC GUILLOTINE
Berlin, Gerickesteg in Mitte (Moabit), 1915 Crossing the river spree near Bellevue palace, the Gerickesteg is a pedestrian bridge, that was erected in Partially damaged in it was repaired and preserved in a slightly simplified version.
Diese Brücke heißt "Torfstraßensteg", geht über den Berlin Spandauer Schiffahrtskanal und verbindet Moabit mit dem Wedding. Vor dem 2. Weltkrieg existierte hier eine mit Autos befahrbare Verbindung, seit ca. 1980 können Fußgänger und Radfahrer die neue Brücke nutzen.
Further towards the Spree to the more bürgerlich west of the Moabit is Café Fiaker, a small Vienna-inspired café with curly inscriptions on the façade and old-fashioned iron furniture and lovely outdoor seating.