Buildings in Berlin are being rebuilt after a blaze broke out in a warehouse in the city centre.
A total of 14 people have been taken to hospital.
The fire was extinguished after heavy firefighting equipment was used.
More than 20 firefighters from around the world were on hand to fight the blaze.
Fire crews were called to the scene of the blaze in a building that is part of a building materials store in the central square of the German capital.
The building was constructed in 2008 and is part on a warehouse for building material suppliers.
It was built with the help of the company in which the warehouse is located.
In 2014, a fire at the warehouse that killed 14 people killed more than 70 people and destroyed nearly 500 homes.
It is the second major fire at a building material supplier in Germany in five years.
In January, a warehouse fire destroyed nearly a thousand homes in the southern German city of Gelsenkirchen.
Firefighters were called in to quell a blaze that started at the nearby building.
A fire in the warehouse was put out by firefighters and there was no serious damage to the building.
The site of the building materials depot is located in the heart of the city.
It houses a number of suppliers and warehouses.
It also houses a company that has been running the warehouse for a long time.