The Komische Oper, Berlin (exterior)

The Komische Oper on Behrenstasse, Berlin (exterior)
The Komische Oper on Behrenstrasse, Berlin. Between 1898–1933 it was fashionable and famous as the Metropol-Theater. It hosted the premieres of Gilbert’s Die Kino-Königin (1913), Lehár’s Friederike (1928) and Das Land des Lächelns (1929), both starring Richard Tauber, and Straus’s Eine Frau, die weiß, was sie will! (1932). The exterior was destroyed by bombing in 1944–45, and the current exterior dates from 1966.