Berliner Dom - Berlin Cathedral, Berlin

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Am Lustgarten, 10178 Berlin 030 20269136

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    Berliner Dom

    by SirRichard Written Sep 24, 2002

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    This cathedral is located in the MuseumInseln. The inside is even more interesting than the facade. Don't miss the "Tomb of the Ellector", "Sauer Organ Pipe" and the Statue of the Death at the "Federico I Sarcophagus".
    There are masses on sunday at 10 and 18:00

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    Berlin Cathedral

    by cheekymarieh Written Sep 7, 2002

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    Berlin Cathedral
    The Renaissance style Cathedral was built in the early 1900s. It was destroyed during World War II. It was left as a shell but it has now been restored. Since the collapse of Communsim it has been used as a working church.

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    The Berliner Dom is a...

    by greentara Written Aug 26, 2002

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    The Berliner Dom is a beautiful church especially if they're playing the organ whislt your inside and with only 270 steps you can walk to the top for a breath taking view of the city. Yes it's tiring but definitely worth it.

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    Visit the BERLINER DOM, the...

    by drolkar Written Aug 24, 2002

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    Visit the BERLINER DOM, the largest protestant cathedral in Germany that was completed in 1905. It contains the crypt of the Hohenzollern dynasty, a beautiful guilded altarpiece and a huge Sauer organ.

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    Dom Cathedral

    by alectrevor Updated Apr 28, 2013

    The Dom is 1905 neo-renaissance and has been restored , used as a place of worship , museum and concert hall. There is a admission charge to the Dom. Largest church in Berlin.

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    Deutschen Dom

    by Roadquill Updated Dec 3, 2010

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    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.

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    Impressive Cathederal

    by FridgeMagnet Written Feb 7, 2010

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    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.

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    Cathedral

    by Glbtrotter Written Apr 4, 2008

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    Amazing architecture. Be prepared to pay five euros admittance or eight euros for admittance plus audioguide (german/english/italian/spanish).

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    Berliner Dom

    by Sjalen Written Nov 6, 2005

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    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.

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    View from Berliner Dom

    by mgmarcus Written Apr 4, 2005

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    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

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  • Dome of Berliner Dom

    by KituAdventures Written Jan 8, 2005

    The glorious dome of Berliner Dom still dominates Museumsisnel, with overwrought 19th Century architecture intact. It is especially beautiful when floodlit at night.

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    Sky above Berliner Dom

    by medvi Written Aug 12, 2004

    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.

    Statue on Berliner Dome
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    Kaiser Wilhelm Gedaechniskirche

    by Kodi01 Updated Aug 2, 2004

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    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.

    Kaiser Wilhelm Gedaechniskirche
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    Berliner Dom

    by m-joy Written Jun 10, 2004

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    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!

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    Berliner Dom and Palast der Republik

    by Emke Written Apr 3, 2004

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    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!

    Berliner Dom and Palast der Republik

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