Kaiserin Friedrich-Haus

Kaiserin Friedrich-Haus in Berlin (RobertKoch Platz 7) is the headquarters of the Kaiserin-Friedrich-Stiftung (Kaiserin Friedrich Foundation) and other medical societies. It was built between 1904 and 1906 according to plans by the court architect Ernst von Ihne to provide medical profession of a place for advanced medical training and continuing education's activities. The building was named after Empress Victoria - called in German Kaiserin Friedrich -, the widow of Emperor Friedrich III who died in 1901. She was a key supporter of the campaigns to promote medical training that led to the establishment of the foundation and the house.

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