Georg Christian Unger

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Georg Christian Unger (25 May 1743 – 20 February 1799) was a German architect who was a pupil of the architect Carl von Gontard and served Frederick II of Prussia. Among his works were the Brandenburg Gate in Potsdam and the Gendarmenmarkt in Berlin.[1]


  1. ^ Curl, James Stevens (2006) [1999]. Oxford Dictionary of Architecture and Landscape Architecture (2nd ed.). Oxford University Press. p. 797. ISBN 978-0-19-860678-9.

Further reading[edit]

  • Wendland, Christian. Georg Christian Unger: Baumeister Friedrichs des Grossen in Potsdam und Berlin (J. Strauss, 2002)

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