"Deutscher Dom" Berliner Dom - Berlin Cathedral Tip by smirnofforiginal

Berliner Dom - Berlin Cathedral, Berlin: 111 reviews and 221 photos

 
 

Sitting proudly at one end of Gendarmenmarkt is Deutscher Dom. It is an old German Protestant-Reformed church, built in 1708. It was burned down in 1945 and rebuilt (painstakingly) in 1993.

It is free to go in and there is an exhibit on German parliament which I am sure is fine and dandy if you can read German fluently. If, like me, you cannot, it's worth going in to have a look up the stair well - it goes on forever - and as I say.. it's not goin to cost you anything.

Address: on Babelplatz
Phone: 030 20269136
Website: http://www.berlinerdom.de/index.php?lang=en

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  • Updated Aug 22, 2007
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