Stuttmeister estate in Berlin.
I am now looking at these open spaces belonging to descendants of Teutonic Knights.
Esplanade, term from the French for a large free
space or free area, as one finds it between house lines or between
attachments and the appropriate city.
1874 were put on the road by the owner of manor Stuttmeister
(Charlottenburg), probably this terrain belonged. On the map of 1877
the route is drawn in still without names.
The previous names were Berliner way (by 1691 to around 1895), Berliner Chaussee (1824 to 1895), all of the traffic routes to and from Old Berlin designated.The Berliner Straße forms between Esplanade, Bornholmer Straße and Wisbyer road the border to the district of Pankow .
The marriage cirtificate of William Stuttmeister says they lived on
Berlin Way. The main road through Charlottenburg castle was called
the road to Berlin. I was told the Stuttmeisters owned a great
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