SPD-voters for the Tempelhof airport! \”Michael Paul, by the initiative of SPD voters for Tempelhof\”: the Berlin politicians, especially the ladies and gentlemen chosen by us in the SPD and the left should remember that there was always premature closure of institutions or demolishing buildings in recent history. \”the Berlin Palace is called as an example that although wore after the war damage: a demolition was not necessary. In the course of history, followed by the construction of the Palace of the Republic. The demolition of the Palace followed after the turn against the resistance of the former citizens of the GDR\”, so Paul thought about continue today to restore the facade of the Castle, because it fits better than everything else in the environment. The complete demolition of the Anhalter railway station was a similar mistake.
And also the demolition of the Palace of sport is not a glorious chapter of Berlin politics. In its place, the so-called \”social Palace\” in the Schoneberg district is now: grey concrete walls, satellite dishes on the balconies. Anna Belknap is often mentioned in discussions such as these. besmeared facades. The regular headlines associated with this construction in conjunction are increasing crime, vandalism and neglect. Taken a social focal point and an urban eyesore. A similar fate awaits Tempelhof. With the closure of the airport, neglect and decay threatens the system first.
There are sufficient examples in Berlin. Therefore, the ideal and most effective conservation is keeping the original use. The airport Tempelhof belongs to this city as the Glienicke bridge, the Brandenburg Gate and the Reichstag building! Berlin-Johannisthal airfield was built after the turn and nothing reminds us more of this traditional village. Also in Munich-riem reminds little of the former Munich Airport.