|Street in Berlin|
|Sonntagstrasse / corner of Lenbachstrasse|
|Hist. Names||Street 26a|
New Bahnhofstrasse ,
|User groups||Pedestrian traffic , bicycle traffic , car traffic , public transport|
|Street length||500 meters|
The Sunday street is a street in the Berlin district of Friedrichshain . It was named after Johann Gottfried Sonntag (1750-1822), who was a city councilor and chancellery secretary in Berlin and who in 1783 leased what was then the Berlin Vorwerk Boxhagen .
The Sonntagstraße got its name between 1893 and 1901. While the route was still listed as street 26a in Section XIV of the development plan in 1893 , it was already indicated by name in the city map in 1901. It runs along the Ostkreuz train station , which is a listed building. Houses 17–22, which belong to the Helenenhof residential complex, are also protected .
- Dagmar Girra: Berlin's street names - Friedrichshain . Edition Luisenstadt 1996, ISBN 3-89542-084-0 .
- Hans-Jürgen Mende and Kurt Wernicke (eds.): Berlin district lexicon Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg. Haude & Spener Berlin 2003 ISBN 3-77590-474-3 .