DAVID BOWIE Berlin Plaque Destroyed After 3 Weeks
The plaque marking David Bowie’s old flat in Berlin has been destroyed just three weeks after it was unveiled.
The porcelain plaque was unveiled at the end of August, with fans, friends and politicians attending the ceremony at Hauptstrasse 155 in Berlin’s Schoneberg district where, between 1976-1978, Bowie created his Berlin Trilogy of albums Low, Heroes and Lodger.
Makers KPM – The Royal Porcelain Factory – stated at the time that should it be stolen, vandalised or destroyed, they could replace it within 24-hours, with the Berlinger Morgenpost confirming the company have indeed created a new one.
It is not yet clear if the plaque was stolen or fell from the wall, with police continuing their investigations.