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The oldest temple in Berlin. It is believed that he appeared in the XIII century. Services were held here until 1938. As a result of the destruction during the war, only the outer walls remained of the church. After restoration in 1981, the building began to be used as a concert hall and as a platform for exhibitions. The construction is a typical “Protestant” style building with laconic shapes and sharp tower spiers.
Address:Nikolaikirchplatz, Berlin
Phone:+49 30 24002162
Hours:monday: 10:00–18:00 tuesday: 10:00–18:00 wednesday: 10:00–18:00 thursday: 10:00–18:00 friday: 10:00–18:00 saturday: 10:00–18:00 sunday: 10:00–18:00

Mitch Georgeoff

Amazing, ???. Love Berlin

Ivan Bok

Beautiful church with unbelievable uniquely uncorrupted Zehndenick Altardecke! Must see.

Novi Manurung

Full of history and valuable artifacts

Talal Chahoud

interested and old space to visit.. wood and a lot ...to see... toilette available for visitor..

Carla Lowe

Very interesting. There are some pieces that are worth seeing. Like the wooden pieces of the altar and the Cloth, among others. The museum is only 5 E.. Read more »

Ashadka A

nice museum with audio guide, affordable tickets and impressive church organ. the staff is very friendly. There is a toilet for visitors) The souvenir.. Read more »

Vasilios Takos

This is the oldest church in Germany, located in the former East Berlin area and serves as a museum and occasionally as a concert hall. The area aroun.. Read more »

Boris Van de Poel

Lovely church with a rich history. Definitely recommend visiting this historic masterpiece. If you're under 18y you get a free entry too

Lorna Davison

Nice museum former church. In Old Town, site if the beginning of Berlin in the early 13th century. Named after St Nicholas, patron saint of merchants.. Read more »

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