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The overarching message is reconciliation, from the Coventry Cross, to the Russian Orthodox Madonna carving which was from a German soldier's sketch found after one of the battles in Russia. Wars are the scars of failure.
After being severely damaged by bombing in WW2, there were plans to demoilsh the rather unstable remains. However, a a better choice was made. The church has been stabilised and is now a museum to the destruction of the war. The broken spire (known as...More
The church by itself is nothing special, but as it symbolizes the destructions and damages of the war makes it quite unique. It had been a good idea not to rebuild it, but to leave it as is so you can see the results of...More
I saw the images of the bombed out church online before visiting and pondered how it was a memorial to the destruction of war but with a spire reaching to heaven as a symbol of hope. However, nothing prepared me for how poignant the items...More
Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church is a former church that was practically destroyed during the Second World War, but deliberately kept part ruin as a memorial to peace and Protestant martyrs of the Nazis. The interior is actually quite small and cramped with all the visitors....More
The new church built near the ruin of the tower of the Wilhelm Kaiser church is a dark place, but it is also a peaceful place where you can pray and meditate. The ruin is more interesting, it is a famous landmark of central West...More
This facade of a church severly damaged by bombings of the Second World War stands asa reminder of the ravages of war. It is a landmark that can be seen in the City of Berlin. World War 11 is now more than 70 years ago...More
Breathe in Berlin’s royal past while walking through the gardens of beautiful Charlottenburg Palace, which lends its name to this well-heeled neighbourhood. Here you'll find some of the oldest homes in the city: upper-class apartment buildings with ornate facades and marble-floored foyers line the cobblestone streets. Stroll by sophisticated restaurants, through little parks, or around Lake Lietzensee. Window shop
down Kurfürstendamm, the most renowned high-end shopping street in Berlin, where you can find all the big designer names. In the evening, visit one of the old theatres close by Zoo Station which were nightlife hot spots in the 1920s, or dine in one of the many international restaurants around Savignyplatz before heading to other parts of town for a night out.