On November 2, Deutsche Post will launch its first series of “crypto stamps” featuring the most fascinating historic buildings in Germany. Depicted on the stamp is the Brandenburger Tor – created using artificial intelligence. Make sure you get your first unique crypto stamp!

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What is an NFT?

A Non-Fungible Token (NFT) is a digital collectible that belongs exclusively to you and confirms that you are in possession of something special, such as the digital form of your stamp with a unique matrix code.

History meets modernity

Another novelty in the series: the “Brandenburger Tor” motif was generated for the first time with the help of artificial intelligence (AI). As a result, the representation of this important historical building and its surroundings is greatly simplified, with the many clear edges reminiscent of the pixel style from the digital world. Located on the Pariser Platz square in the center of Berlin, the Brandenburg Gate was built of sandstone between 1788 and 1791 by order of the Prussian King Frederick William II according to the plans of the master builder and architect Carl Gotthard Langhans in the early classicist style and completed in 1793, with a quadriga designed by the draftsman and sculptor Johann Gottfried Schadow. Standing approximately twenty-six meters high, almost sixty-three meters wide and eleven meters deep, this triumphal gate is considered one of the most important landmarks of Berlin as well as a national symbol of Germany. It looks back on an eventful history: once conceived as a hopeful sign for the emerging Berlin and adorned with an image of the Roman goddess of victory in a chariot, the Brandenburger Tor was severely damaged during World War II and painstakingly restored in the 1950s. After the construction of the Berlin Wall, it was located in the restricted area and could only be reopened for passage after the fall of the Wall. Since then, the Brandenburger Tor has been regarded as a symbol of German unity and attracts countless visitors from all over the world year after year.