One of the most impression churches in Berlin, Germany is the Berliner Dom. Julius Raschdorf designed this cathedral in 1894-1905. The building surprised me by its opulence since it’s a Protestant church. It was closed down for about four decades for renovation and reopened in 1993. I was keen on seeing the inside and visiting the crypt, which is the final resting place for many members of the Hohenzollern ruling dynasty. In addition, you can climb to the top of the dome for wonderful views of the city. There is a fee to enter the church, for me though, it was worth it.
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