The Berlin Observatory (Berliner Sternwarte in German) is a series of observatories and related organizations in and around the city of Berlin in Germany, starting from the 18th century. It has its origins in 1700 when Gottfried Leibniz initiated the Sozietät der Wissenschaften (Brandenburgische Science Society) which would later (1744) become the Preußische Akademie der Wissenschaften (Prussian Academy of Sciences). The Society had no observatory, but nevertheless had an astronomer, Gottfried Kirch, who observed from a private observatory in Berlin.
Latitude: 52° 30' 8.39" N
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