About Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church
Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church is a Romanesque style church which was originally built in the 1890’s and dedicated to Kaiser William I by his grandson Kaiser William II.
Although the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church was severely damaged in a bombing raid in 1943, during World War II, remnants of its original architecture clearly emerge, despite the fact that it was rebuilt between 1959 and 1963.
In its current incarnation, Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church, with its attached belfry, chapel and foyer is a popular tourist destination, with visitors coming from around the world to view its stunning frescos and its poignant memorial hall.
Free guided tours are available every day except Sunday at 1:15pm, 2:30pm and 3pm.
The Reichstag Building was the seat of the German Government from 1894 to 1933 and is now the seat of the German Bundestag.
The Berlin Wall was a barrier surrounding East Berlin and separating it from West Berlin from 1961 to 1989.
The Brandenburg Gate is a Romanesque gateway, a political symbol and one of Berlin’s most famous landmarks.
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