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Schlossplatz 7 · interesting places nearby
Neuer Marstall information
The 1901 neobaroque Neuer Marstall by Ernst von Ihne once sheltered royal horses and carriages. In 1918 revolutionaries hatched plans to topple the Prussian monarchy here; a GDR-era bronze relief on the (north) facade facing Schlossplatz shows Karl Liebknecht proclaiming a German socialist republic from the Berlin City Palace that same year. The building now hosts concerts of the Hochschule für Musik Hanns Eisler , a prestigious music academy.