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Germany | 2013 | Limited collection of 20
This Hotel was built in 1898 and named ‘Hotel Fürst zu Stolberg’. In 1950 it was branded Heinrich Heine, named after Christian Johann Heinrich Heine. He was a German poet, journalist, essayist and literary critic. Russian officers were reported to have lived quite extravagantly in the complex after the Second World War. Due to its proximity to the East-West German border, the hotel could only be visited by permit, and all guests had to wear ID tags at all times – however the Heinrich Heine continued to be quite popular, and rooms were often sold out, typically by government officials and wealthy businessmen.
After the reunification of Germany in the 1990s, the high-class guests, as well as the DDR parent company’s funds, vanished into thin air. The resort limped through the next few years operating as a Travel Hotel until 1994, when it was finally closed for good. The hotelgrounds were sold at an auction in 2007 for 43.000,00 euro. The building was demolished in July 2016.
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This original artworks is available as a exclusive Limited Edition of 20 copies. I print it on a fine art paper: Hahnemühle Photo Rag (308 gr/m²) with 5 cm white border. So there is always 5cm white border on each side of the motif size. Example: Motif size 90×60 cm plus 5cm white border – results in an image size of 100×70 cm. Every print comes with a Certificate of Authenticity, signed by me and numbered. It will be shipped to any country worldwide. Optional for all prints:
The prices for these options on request.