CAFÉ MOSKAU on Karl-Marx-Allee in Berlin was one of the seven national restaurants in the capital of the GDR. Planned by the architects Josef Kaiser and Horst Bauer, it opened in 1964. A copy of Sputnik was installed on the roof before the opening in its original size - a present from the then Ambassador of the USSR. The name of Russia's capital on its roof - MOSKAU (in German) and МОСКВА (in Russian) - was created by the graphic designer Klaus Wittkugel. The photograph was exhibited during 13 personal photographic exhibitions "Berlin — the City of Change" within the framework of the Year of Germany in Russia. Documentary photography of Berlin.