Spandau seems to be, besides of Kreuzberg, one of the former districts with the fewest number of sundials. All existing catalogized sundials of Berlin-Spandau are within Kladow and Gatow, which are remote parts of the district in the Southwest. And only one of these sundials is showing the time somewhat correctly, if the Sun shines on it:
The picture above is showing the about 80x80 centimeter sized sundial at the Hottengrundweg in Berlin-Kladow. Its placed at a Southsouthwest wall of an appartment house, which is surrounded by numerous of plants and trees, giving the sundial only a few occasions to show the time.
But different to Kreuzberg, Spandau has large areas of small garden colonies, and so its only a matter of time until a sundial within these gardens can be discovered. The following sundial is placed next to the former city border of West-Berlin within a small garden at the Spandau Goldkäferweg:
The following three sundials are also located in Berlin-Spandau. The pictures were made by Wilfried Tost (DLR) with a Olympus C3030Z. Here a wall sundial with gnonom at the Recklinghauser Weg:
At the Weinmeisterhornweg there is a ring sundial, which could be functional, but which is most probably not installed correctly, hidden in a garden:
At the Seegefelder Weg 332 one can find another wall sundial, which could be functional, but the gnonom points hopelessly in the sky:
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