National Geographic : 1937 Feb
JjVINational txeograpnic Jociety Agtacolor lriate Dymans tiuaenorana BERLIN, WITH MORE THAN 4,200,000 INHABITANTS, IS THE WORLD'S FOURTH LARGEST CITY Only New York, London, and Tokyo exceed the German capital in population. Though mentioned inhistory asearly as1237, Berlin isessentially a city of modern times, having grown enormously in the past century. In the distance stretches Unter den Linden, with itsoldtrees, since destroyed (Plates III and IV). At the right appears the Cathedral (Plate I); at the left the Schloss, former palace ofthe Prussian kings, now amuseum (Plate II).