Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church

Berlin, Germany
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The temple of the late 19th century, built in honor of the first Kaiser of the united German Empire, William I. The building was badly damaged by bombing, only a part of the western tower remained from it. In the 60s. near the tower erected a modern building. The new building was supposed to be a harmonious ensemble with the remains of the church. Inside it is a 4.6-meter figure of Christ.
Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church
Address:Breitscheidplatz, Berlin
Phone:+49 30 2185023
Hours:monday: 09:00–19:00 tuesday: 09:00–19:00 wednesday: 09:00–19:00 thursday: 09:00–19:00 friday: 09:00–19:00 saturday: 09:00–19:00 sunday: 09:00–19:00


A must see! I would encourage you to take the time and read the story of the life of this church. The material gave me a fresh point of view as to the impetus of what was to develop in Germany. The building is as beautiful as it is tragic. Admission .. Read more »


This church doesn't seem like much from the outside, but once you enter, you'll understand why this is a popular tourist destination. It also has one of the biggest and most beautiful organs you'll ever get to see (and maybe even hear), so definitely.. Read more »


The nicest modern church I have seen! It's well worth a quick look inside to see the stained glass. It really is an interesting architectural structure. Take a look at the old church next door too while you're there.


A witness of what happened during the allies Berlin's bombardment. I think it is best that the church was never rebuilt. It means so much more this way.


I loved this place, especially the newer church they built. The glass wall in deep blue as a backdrop for the altar and the hanging cross highlighted by spotlights was intense. It looked like Jesus was floating in the air.


Really very impressive place. It combines at the single place so many different things! Very nice bells rings. Must see and listen


This church is, in my opinion, one of the most beautiful and historied in Europe. If there is one monument or building which stands as a testament to Berlin's history, it is this. Sure, there are older ones--but none whose fractured mosaics tell the .. Read more »


It's a beautiful piece of architecture with an amazing ceiling, so look up when you get inside! It has a great feeling of warmth inside and Carrie's a lot of history! Standing amongst a lot of modern buildings it is unmissable!


One of the great historical landmarks of Berlin centrally located in Charlottenburg. This impressive Evangelical Church was bombed during WW2 but have been restored partially. The Main Altar is so unique with Christ welcoming everyone who enters. T.. Read more »


One of those must see places in Berlin and a stark reminder to what humanity is capable of. Plus there is an amazing Christmas Market there!


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