"Visit the Hollow Tooth of Berlin" Kaiser Wilhelm Gedaechtniskirche Tip by vichatherly

Kaiser Wilhelm Gedaechtniskirche, Berlin: 119 reviews and 224 photos

by vichatherly

At first glance the Kaiser Wilhelm church looks a bit war damaged...then you realise that it IS war damaged. The bombs rained down on Sunday 22 November 1943, just after the church service had finished. "All things shall pass" was the sermon of the day.

The church is now a memorial church. In 1961 a new chapel was built next door and you have to go inside to see its real beauty. 33,000 stained glass panels, almost all in a warm deep blue colour.

Address: Breitscheidplatz, Berlin-Charlottenburg
Directions: U-Bahn: Zoologischer Garten
Phone: +49- (0)30- 218 50 23
Website: http://www.gedaechtniskirche.de

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  • Updated Apr 7, 2005
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