Am Lustgarten

Berliner Dom is the largest Lutheran cathedral in the city. It was founded by William II of Prussia at the end of the 19th century and is situated near Alexanderplatz in front of Berlin Royal Palace and is currently being refurbished. The church was built between 1895 and 1905 and has a neo-Baroque style.

The building was severely damaged by bombings, as where many others during the Second World War and so it reopened its doors in 1993 after being refurbished. The cathedral is open daily to the public. The most important features of the building are the Sauer organ, the stain glass windows and the largest altar which was conserved from the old cathedral and dates back to 1850.

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