File:1880 circa Fotografie von Karl Friedrich Wunder, 1861 neu erbaute Brückmühle Leineinsel Hannover, daneben das noch barocke Staatsarchiv.jpg

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Deutsch: Kopie der um 1880 von dem Fotografen Karl Friedrich Wunder gefertigten Aufnahme der 1861 im Stil einer italienisch-romanischen Kirche neu erbauten Brückmühle auf der Leineinsel Klein-Venedig in Hannover. Im Hintergrund ist der Turm der Neustädter Hof- und Stadtkirche St. Johannis zu sehen. Nachdem die Brückmühle während der Luftangriffe auf Hannover im Zweiten Weltkrieg durch eine Brandbombe getroffen und ausgebrannt war, das Äußere den Angriff jedoch nahezu unbeschädigt überstanden hatte, ließ der Stadtbaudirektor Rudolf Hillebrecht das Gebäude vollkommen abreißen zum Zweck der Neuanlage der mehrspurigen Straße Leibnizufer über den Standort ...
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Source Scan der Kopie aus dem Hannover Archiv (Vorlage vom Historischen Museum Hannover: Claus-Peter Enders im Team mit Bernd Schwabe im Wikipedia-Büro Hannover
Author Karl Friedrich Wunder

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