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Deutsch: Das "Medienhaus" der Universität der Künste Berlin in der Grunewaldstraße 2-5 in Berlin-Schöneberg. Das Gebäude wurde 1914–1920 von Anton Adams, Georg Thür und Wiens als Königliche Kunstschule erbaut. Es ist als Baudenkmal gelistet.
English: The "Media House" of the Berlin University of the Arts at Grunewaldstraße No. 2-5 in Berlin-Schöneberg. The building was constructed from 1914 to 1920 to designs by Anton Adams, Georg Thür and Wiens as Royal School of Arts. It has been designated as a cultural heritage monument.
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