Breitscheidplatz, Kurfürstendamm
Berlin

Memory Church was severely damaged by the 1945 bombings; however, it was not refurbished so that it would remain as a symbol of the destruction that war causes in hope that such an event would never happen again.

The church was built in 1890 and was dedicated during the coronation of William I, however, only the church tower remains to this day and it is more commonly known as The Hollow Tooth, and has the famous Freedom Bell at the top.

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