Shot Ball Tower

Shot Ball Tower The Schrotkugelturm is the landmark of the Berlin neighbourhood Victoriastadt. The name derives from the former use as shot tower. In 1939 the production of shot balls in this tower was stopped.BuildingIn 1908 the company Bleigießerei und Maschinenfabrik Juhl & Söhne, since 1901 owner of the property Nöldnerstraße 15 & 16, built the rectangular, 38 metres high brick tower as part of the factory wing, an extension to their residential and office building.

The tower protrudes out of the roof of the building by 18 metres. The platform at the top of the tower can be reached by walking 197 steps.The structuring of its facade follows the medieval design of North Italian towers, e.g. in Bologna and San Gimignano. During the days of the GDR the tower as part of a foundry belonged to the VEB Druckguß und Formbau . The factory was a listed building. With th

The tower protrudes out of the roof of the building by 18 metres. The platform at the top of the tower can be reached by walking 197 steps.The structuring of its facade follows the medieval design of North Italian towers, e.g. in Bologna and San Gimignano. During the days of the GDR the tower as part of a foundry belonged to the VEB Druckguß und Formbau . The factory was a listed building. With th

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