“The Andreasstraße in Berlin’s Friedrichshain district of the Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg district is an 870-meter-long traffic route south of the Karl-Marx-Allee. The name was given to St. Andrew’s Church, which was destroyed during the Second World War and not rebuilt.
The article also represents links to the closer environment. Kleine Andreasstraße is a side street from Andreasplatz (which was included in 1964). With the post-war development around 1960, it became a side street to Krautstraße, without direct connection to the Andreasstraße.”wikipedia