Krumme Lanke, literally "Crooked Lake", is a Berlin U-Bahn station on the. It is the line's southwestern terminus, located in the Zehlendorf district of Berlin. The station, named after a nearby lake in the Grunewald forest, opened on 22 December 1929. Alfred Grenander designed the entrance hall, which was demolished in 1986 because of its poor condition, but rebuilt in its original form and reopened in 1989
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Berlin, Krumme Lanke,U-Bahn, Station Train, Alfred Grenander,

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Architecture and Buildings
World Heritage
Krumme Lanke
Station Train
Alfred Grenander