Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church
Die evangelische Kaiser-Wilhelm-Gedächtniskirche (umgangssprachlich kurz Gedächtniskirche und im Berliner Volksmund „Hohler Zahn“ genannt) steht auf dem Breitscheidplatz zwischen dem Kurfürstendamm, der Tauentzienstraße und der Budapester Straße im Ortsteil Charlottenburg.
The tower ruins of the new-romanesque church destroyed during world war II, which today is a museum and memorial to peace.
The Gedächtniskirche or Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church is the symbolic centre of West Berlin, an anti-war memorial to peace and reconciliation. Following allied bombing during WWII, the original west Tower has remained standing as a ruin and is hauntingly named the "hollow tooth" as it is literally…
one of the more agreeable preachers on the pulpit. the old Belfry has a little eye-opening historical exhibition and mosaics which say alot about fucked up state-religion relationships in this countrys troubled past
A memorial church composed of the ancient part and a modern part, a controversial icon of Berlin
“Oldest zoo in Germany. Together with the aquarium it is the most visited place in Berlin.”
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“Berlin's Siegessäule - Victory Column - is another of Berlin's monuments that has reinvented itself through the ages - from symbol of Prussian military victory in the 19th century to a favourite tourist spot today. As US Presidential candidate, Barack Obama chose the Siegessäule as the alternative spot to the Brandenburg Gate for his speech to 200,000 Berliners on July 24, 2008. ”
“Opened in 1907, it is the most famous department store in Germany and the largest department store in continental Europe.”
“You like New York? Ok welcome in little New York haha i mean welcome at Potsdamer Platz. Big buildings and many lights in the evening. Good place for shopping and shoot photos.”
“The magnificent dome of the Cathedral Church (Berliner Dom) is one of the main landmarks in Berlin’s cityscape – and marks the spot of the impressive basilica housing the city’s most important Protestant church. With its elaborate decorative and ornamental designs, the church interior is especially worth seeing.”