5 | Karl August von Hardenberg in Augmented Reality

Step into a bygone era and encounter Karl August von Hardenberg as though he stands before you.

Karl August von Hardenberg als AR-Figur

Download the BerlinXR-App!

With the free BerlinXR app, you can breathe life into history and experience the past up close. Discover historical facts, listen to the sounds of yesteryears, and imagine what the future could look like on this historic square. Download the BerlinXR app by clicking the link below and enter the realm of mixed reality. Begin each chapter by directing your camera towards the square images (XR triggers) presented below. The images come alive as if by magic!

The namesake

Karl August von Hardenberg stood as a prominent figure in administrative reform and held the position of Prussian state chancellor. This influential statesman passed away two centuries ago. Berlin, where he dedicated over twenty years of service, pays tribute to his legacy with a bronze statue situated before the House of Representatives and a bust positioned behind the gatehouse of Hardenbergplatz.

Seize the opportunity to delve deeper into the life of Karl August von Hardenberg and the learn about the square.

Embark on this journey by using the BerlinXR app – download it and immerse yourself in the past. Click on the links to get the free app: Android | iOS

Scan these QRs to get the free app.

  • AR-Trigger Hardenberg

    Karl August von Hardenberg and democracy

    Scan this trigger in the XR app to discover Hardenberg, his reform policies, and their importance for the development of democracy in Germany.

  • AR-Trigger Geräusche

    The history of Hardenbergplatz

    This trigger will take you to the history and possible future of Hardenbergplatz.

  • AR-Trigger Geschichte

    The sound of the square

    The sounds of the square - in 1890 and in the future, that's what you'll find out when you scan this trigger in the XR app.

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