National Geographic : 1937 Feb
LIFE AND LUSTER OF BERLIN Agfacolor Plate by Hans Hildenbrand MODEL OF SOME TEMPLE IN INDIA, THIS ORNATE EDIFICE SHELTERS ELEPHANTS Pampered pachyderms in Berlin's Zoological Garden roam about without benefit of bars, but they are not quite as free as they look. Rows of spikes in the pavement at the left keep them from becoming too familiar. The Zoo is always well patronized, as the Germans are a Nature-loving people. © National Geographic Society Finlay Photograph by Wilhelm Tobien IN DAYS OF EMPIRE MANY A ROYAL PRINCESS RODE TO HER WEDDING IN THIS LUXURIOUS COACH Built in Strasbourg in 1789 for King Frederick William II, the richly carved, gilded state carriage is preserved now in the Hohenzollern Museum. Fiihrer Adolf Hitler makes official trips by motorcar.