Hopefully it will be turned into a museum celebrating yet another defeat of the Reds.
I had the pleasure of flying out of Tempelhof (to Belfast) about 6 years ago. The architecture is magnificent, unlike any other airport I've ever seen. It was conceived as something akin to a rail station, with a grand, open hall intergrating classical, "heroic" architectural elements. I hope that the building is preserved for posterity.
Tegel, on the other hand, will not be missed.
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