Located in the Gendarmenmarkt, the Deutschen Dom is a church built in 1708 but now serves as a museum of exhibitions by the parliament. Admission is free.
This was my favouite church visit in Berlin. You can climb to the top of the dome and get some great views of the city.
Amazing architecture. Be prepared to pay five euros admittance or eight euros for admittance plus audioguide (german/english/italian/spanish).
The Berlin Cathedral was built to show the world that even protestants could build impressive churches. At the eastern end of Unter den Linden, it is a monument you will pass several times.
It's worth a climb of 270 steps to the viewing gallery to get a birds eye view of the surrounding area of the Berliner Dom
The glorious dome of Berliner Dom still dominates Museumsisnel, with overwrought 19th Century architecture intact. It is especially beautiful when floodlit at night.
Actually, the Dome itself is very beautiful, but when I was there the weather was quite bad, so I could take a picture like this.
It is a really monumental building, reconstructing after WWII.
I love blue and this church has two blue towers attached to it.
I was attracted to it in the nightfall as blue is my favorite color and cathedrals always call to me.
This dome is dominated by the great cupola and the multitude of decorations and ornaments at the facades. Unfortunately this is one of the churches in Berlin where you have to pay for entry!
It is a bloody shame that the communists placed the very ugly Palast der Rupublic next beside the beautiful Berliner Dom. The Berliner is HUGE!
but, it is rather pretty still.
It's on most guided walking tours, and is not far from the old centre.
The imposing Berliner Dom is one of my favourite buildings in the city. It stands overlooking the Lustgarten on Museum Island. Beside it is the equally elegant Altes Museum.
Although we didn't go inside the Berlin Dome, the outside was worth a look.
We also went to the top of the TV Tower for a fantastic view of Berlin.
BERLINER DOM. This poor cathedral took a bad beating during an air raid in 1944. It's been restored now...