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The "berliner dom" is a lutheran chur...

The "Berliner Dom" is a Lutheran Church and is located in Berlin Mitte, the place by the Spree River where this beautiful city was founded. It isn´t super old as it was built between 1895 and 1905 by the order of William II and designed by German architect Julius Raschdorff. This beautiful piece of architecture is considered to be one of the most important monuments of the city, along with the famous Brandenburg Gate and Museum. Like all of Berlin, bombing heavily damaged the building. Since rebuilding this was not a priority, its repair was postponed until 1975 when it was partially rebuilt. In 1993, after achieved reunification, it was rebuilt in its entirety with its original, beautiful appearance. Only slight variations were made to the central dome and the side. There´s a large crypt inside the church where many members of the Hohenzollern family-German royal personages-are buried. In front of the cathedral is the beautiful Lustgarten square right next to the Altes Museum, a neoclassical building that is one of the famous museums on the island. On the opposite side is the beautiful and legendary Unter den Liden (Under the Lilacs). Unfortunately I could not visit the inside of the cathedral but it is recommended.
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William cathedral

Built by Kaiser Wilhelm II as the a symbol of Protestantism front of the Cathedral of St. Peter's Basilica, and as an emblem of the ancient empire of Prussia, soon became its size in one of the main cathedrals of Germany. It No wonder, since its stunning 116 meters high and 79 wide, it is difficult to stop, even today, any indifferent visitor. On the contrary, we are attracted like a magnet to her and more choice but to penetrate its history while admiring its structure is not us. I must say that is heir to other churches that once occupied its place since the fifteenth century, of much more modest dimensions than today admire and who was also almost doomed to disappear because of the damage sustained during the Second World War, when It became a target for allied bombers. It took almost thirty years to Protestant institutions of a divided Germany take charge of its reconstruction and could return to shine for the world's eyes. Within the orderly ornamentation overwhelms us like no other churches in Germany, on the contrary, its octagonal shape seems to divide the spaces and go creating sequences for the visitor. Statues of princes and reformers, like Luther or Calvin, a beautiful altar that already belonged to the former cathedral sent to tear down the kiser, a wonderful organ that is among the best in the world and especially one of the most spectacular domes in Europe , covered with huge mosaic that precede the more than 200 steps that we should climb to enjoy one of the best views of Berlin, are the main points that we should not miss. Finally we go down to the crypt to admire the 100 sarcophagi of the Hohenzollern dynasty, and imposing heavy wooden boxes, iron, lead and silver for a family LLEV the reins of empire for centuries.

La catedral de guillermo

Levantada por el Kaiser Guillermo II como un símbolo del protestantismo frente a la Catedral de San Pedro del Vaticano, y como un emblema del antiguo imperio de Prusia, pronto se convirtió por su tamaño en una de las principales catedrales de Alemania.

No es de extrañar, ya que sus impresionantes 116 metros de altura y 79 de ancho, es difícil que deje, aún hoy, a cualquier visitante indiferente. Al contrario, nos atrae como un imán hacia ella y no nos queda más remedio que penetrar en su historia mientras admiramos su estructura.

Hay que decir que es heredera de otras iglesias que antes ocuparon su lugar desde el siglo XV, de mucho más modestas dimensiones que la que hoy admiramos y que estuvo también casi condenada a desaparecer a causa de los desperfectos sufridos durante la Segunda Guerra Mundial, cuando se convirtió en objetivo de los bombarderos aliados.
Tuvieron que pasar casi treinta años para que las instituciones protestantes de una Alemania dividida se hicieran cargo de su reconstrucción y pudiera volver a brillar para los ojos del mundo.

Dentro la ordenada ornamentación no nos apabulla como en otras iglesias de Alemania, al contrario, su forma octogonal parece dividir los espacios e ir creando secuencias para el visitante. Estatuas de príncipes y reformistas, como Lutero o Calvino, un precioso altar que ya perteneció a la anterior catedral mandada a derruir por el káiser, un maravilloso órgano que se encuentra entre los mejores del mundo y sobre todo una de las cúpulas más espectaculares de Europa, recubierta de enormes mosaicos que preceden a los más de 200 escalones que debemos subir para disfrutar de una de las mejores vistas de Berlín, son los puntos principales que no debemos dejar escapar.

Para acabar debemos bajar a la cripta para admirar los 100 sarcófagos de la dinastía Hohenzoller, pesados e imponentes cajones de madera, hierro, plomo y plata para una familia que llevó las riendas del imperio durante siglos.
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The most famous cathedral of berlin

Will is the most famous cathedral in Berlin? The most majestic. It is the island's museums and is adjacent to the headquarters of the municipal government of Berlin. I could climb up there on the tower and already warning delay, the stairs are narrow and tight, but when you can get there, you see the whole city. Better see the city from the top of the German Parliament, but there was thirst for victory. I was taking the time to close the climb and managed to go. I got up there sweating. Very. Halfway up there is a museum on the site. To visit the cathedral, which is only open until 18 pm (21:30 getting dark early as in June 2012), you have to pay about 7 euros. Hey got half because he had bought a ticket to ride the subway and buses for Berlin for 3 days and comes a little red book, in which you should be aware that gives you discounts on some attractions in the city. And here I paid half price. Beautiful inside! An organ was playing when we entered. And down it still has some catacombs and then a wonderful cafe, where both sat and relaxed after exercise. :)

A catedral mais famosa de berlim

Será que é a catedral mais famosa de Berlim? A mais majestosa. Fica na ilha dos museus e fica ao lado da sede do governo municipal de Berlim. Pude subir lá em cima na torre e já aviso, demora, as escadas são bem apertadas e estreitas, mas quando você consegue chegar lá, vê toda a cidade. Melhor ver a cidade do alto do Parlamento Alemão, mas ali teve sede de vitória. Estava dando o horário de fechar a subida e conseguimos ir. Cheguei lá em cima suando. Muito. No meio da subida há um museu sobre o lugar.

Para visitar a catedral, que fica aberta apenas até as 18 hs (cedo pois anoitecia às 21:30 em junho de 2012), você tem que pagar uns 7 euros. Ei consegui meia, pois tinha comprado o ticket para andar de metrô e ônibus por Berlim por 3 dias e vem um livrinho vermelho, no qual você deve estar atento, pois te dá desconto em algumas atrações na cidade. E aqui eu paguei meia entrada. Linda por dentro!

Um órgão estava tocando quando entramos.

E lá embaixo dela ainda tem umas catacumbas e depois um café maravilhoso, onde sentei e relaxei após tanto exercício. :)
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Berlin cathedral - berliner dom

Berliner Dom Berlin Cathedral (Berliner Dom): The Berlin Cathedral is an Evangelical church situated in the northern part of the call Museuminsel, an island traversed by the river Spree, and a canal. The main entrance is facing the Lustgarten, the Garden Leisure oun pleasure garden, a large square frequented by many passersby. The Sun is an excellent example of ostentatious architecture and ornamental. The design dates from the early twentieth century. The current Berliner Dom, but lacks some ornamental elements belonging to the original construction. Built from 1894 to 1905 by architect Julius Raschdorff inspired by the Italian Renaissance and the Baroque, the Berlin Cathedral belongs the most important constructions of the Sacred prostentantismo in Germany. The main entrance is opposite the garden of delights that unite the cathedral to museum island. In the underground part of the DOM is buried many of the family descentendes Imperial Prussia - the Hohenzollern. In 2007, the dome was nominated and recognized as a true art of German engineering. The total height of the Cathedral today is 116 meters. The measure of the space plane is 114 × 73 meters. The dome is 74.8 meters tall.

Catedral de berlim - berliner dom

Berliner Dom

Catedral de Berlim (Berliner Dom) : A Catedral de Berlim é uma igreja evangélica situada na parte norte da chamada Museuminsel, uma ilha percorrida pelo rio Spree e um canal. A entrada principal é voltada para o Lustgarten, o Jardim de Lazer oun jardim dos prazeres, uma grande praça freqüentada por muitos passantes. A Dom é um excelente exemplo de arquitetura ostentosa e ornamental. O projeto data de princípios do século XX. A atual Berliner Dom, porém, carece de alguns elementos ornamentais pertencentes à construção original.
Construida de 1894 até 1905 pelo arquiteto Julius Raschdorff inspirado na Renascença italiana e pelo Barroco, a catedral de Berlim pertence as mais importantes contruçoes Sacras do prostentantismo na Alemanha. A entrada principal fica em frente ao jardim dos prazeres que uni a catedral à ilha dos museus. Na parte subterranea do DOM encontra-se sepultado muitos descentendes da familia imperial da Prussia - os Hohenzollern. Em 2007, a cupula foi reconhecida e nomeada como uma verdadeira arte da engenharia alema.
A altura total da Catedral hoje é de 116 metros. A medida do espaço plano é de 114 × 73 metros. A cupula tem 74,8 metros de altura.
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Ms great temples of berlin

It is one of the largest temples in all of Berlin. It is located next to the museum island and is dominated by a small park with a fountain. The church can be visited inside and five euros you can climb to the top from where you can enjoy an amazing view of the island of museums and city background with part of modern telecommunications tower. It was built in 1905 and is a Protestant denomination. The war left badly damaged and it took years to rebuild it again. The works were completed in 1993. The interior of the temple is of great majesty and the altar of the church is impressive. Besides the altar, you can visit the crypt where the tombs of the Hohenzollern are. The church also has a shop where you can buy souvenirs, much the same as in town. A place not to be missed if you are traveling to Berlin.

De los templos más grandes de berlín

Es uno de los templos más grandes de todo Berlín. Se encuentra al lado de la isla de los museos y está presidida por un pequeño parquecito con una fuente. La iglesia se puede visitar por dentro y por unos cinco euros se puede subir a la parte superior desde donde disfrutar de una increíble vista de la isla de los museos, la ciudad de fondo y la parte moderna con la torre de telecomunicaciones. Fue levantada en 1905 y es de confesión protestante. La guerra la dejó muy dañada y se tardaron años en volver a reconstruirla. Las obras concluyeron en 1993.
El interior del templo es de gran majestuosidad y el altar de la iglesia es impresionante. Además del altar, se puede visitar la cripta donde están las tumbas de los Hohenzollern. La iglesia también tiene una tienda en donde comprar recuerdos, tanto de la misma como de la ciudad. Un lugar que no se puede dejar de visitar si se viaja a Berlín.
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Am lustgarten, 10178 berlin, germany

"Berliner Dom" as called the cathedral was the largest church ever seen in my life. She really impressive and is in a prime position in the city, surrounded by museums and prximo TV antenna. a Protestant church and, unlike many in Germany, this works properly as a church and during the tour, I could watch an excerpt from choir practice. It was wonderful to hear those beautifully rehearsed voices echoed throughout the room, in a perfect acoustics. On the street, across Berlin, it is possible to see the mark on the wall the path from the floor like a bad memory that no one is question of forgetting. It costs 7 euros and for those who like histricos prdios and churches, Dom definitely worth a stop, as it was part of important moments in Germany was bombed on 2 War and was the eastern side before the fall. Open for visitation from Monday to Saturday, from 9 - 20h and on Sundays and holidays from 12h - 20h.

Am lustgarten, 10178 berlin, alemanha

"Berliner Dom", como é chamada a catedral, foi a maior igreja que já vi na vida. Ela é realmente imponente e fica em uma posição privilegiada na cidade, rodeada por museus e próximo à antena de TV.

É uma igreja protestante e, diferente de muitas na Alemanha, esta funciona propriamente como igreja e, durante o tour, pude assistir um trecho do ensaio do coral. Foi maravilhoso ouvir aquelas vozes lindamente ensaiadas ecoaram por todo o ambiente, em uma acústica perfeita.

Na rua, em toda Berlin, é possível ver o marco no chão do trajeto do muro como uma memória ruim que ninguém faz questão de esquecer.
Custa 7 euros e para quem gosta de prédios históricos e igrejas, Dom definitivamente é uma parada, pois fez parte de momentos importantes da Alemanha: foi bombardeada na 2ª Guerra e ficou do lado oriental antes da queda.

Aberta para visitação de segunda a sábado, das 9h - 20h e, aos domingos e feriados, das 12h - 20h.
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It is the berlin cathedral, called in...

It is the Berlin Cathedral, called in German the Berliner Dom is located on the Museum Island in the Mitte district, and is the main Protestant church of the city. It is not a cathedral as Catholics understand it is not a Catholic church. The Catholic church is across the river, and is called St Hedwig. The parish was founded in 1451 and the building you see nineteenth century. The Germans wanted to build something great but were ruined by the wars against Napoleon. It was thanks to a grant that could exist in 1905. It was the home church of Prussia. It was badly damaged during World War II, the dome was burned completely and only reopened in 1980. It has 116 meters high and can climb to see the view over the city. But you even charge admission to enter the ship.

Es la catedral de Berlín, se llama en alemán el Berliner Dom. Está situada en la isla de los museos, en el barrio de Mitte, y es la parroquia evangélica principal de la ciudad. No es una catedral como lo entienden los católicos ya que no es una iglesia católica.

La iglesia católica está al otro lado del río, y se llama St Hedwig. La parroquia se fundó en el 1451 y el edificio que ves data del siglo XIX. Los alemanes querían construir algo grande pero estaban arruinados por las guerras contra Napoleón.

Fue gracias a una donación que pudo existir en 1905. Era al inicio la iglesia de Prusia. Fue muy dañada durante la segunda guerra mundial, el domo se quemó por completo, y volvió a abrir solamente en 1980. Tiene 116 metros de alto y puedes subir a ver las vistas sobre la ciudad. Pero te cobran la entrada aunque sea para entrar en la nave.
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The berliner dom is undoubtedly one o...

The Berliner Dom is undoubtedly one of the symbols of Berlin. That's why I did not hesitate to enter, even if the input is a fee (which is justified by a sign in the lobby that shows the need for funds to support the church). Are disappointed by the inability to access the dome where you see Berlin, unfortunately under renovation. Despite some symbols more or less kitsch (like the dove in the center of the chapel), the church makes a big impression for its size and its Baroque splendor. Do not forget to visit the crypt, which contains several coffins belonging to the German nobility, including unfortunately many children.

Il Berliner Dom è indubbiamente uno dei simboli di Berlino. Ecco perché non ho esitato ad entrare, anche se l'ingresso è a pagamento (cosa giustificata nella hall da un cartello che testimonia il bisogno di fondi a sostegno della chiesa). Sono invece rimasto deluso dall'impossibilità di accedere alla cupola da cui si vede Berlino, purtroppo in fase di ristrutturazione.
Nonostante qualche simbolo più o meno kitsch (come la colomba al centro della cappella) la chiesa fa una grande impressione per le sue dimensioni e il suo sfarzo barocco. Non dimenticate di visitare la cripta, contenente diverse bare appartenenti alla nobiltà tedesca, tra cui purtroppo molti bambini.
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Ms largest protestant cathedral in europe

The Berliner Dom cathedral is the largest Protestant Europe. It was completed in 1905 according to some ancient drawings inspired by St. Peter's in Rome, with the idea of ​​building a Protestant Vatican in Berlin. During World War II the church was badly damaged by bombing. Until 1975, when reconstruction began, we placed a temporary roof to protect the interior. The reconstruction work was completed in 1993 with a redesigned upper simpler and lower height than the original. At night, agreed that they had put a set of lights very original.

Catedral protestante más grande de europa

La Berliner Dom es la catedral protestante más grande de Europa.
Fue terminada en 1905 según unos antiguos planos inspirados en San Pedro de Roma, con la idea de construir un vaticano protestante en Berlín. Durante la II Guerra Mundial el templo fue seriamente dañado por los bombardeos. Hasta 1975, fecha en que comenzó la reconstrucción, se colocó un techo provisional para proteger el interior. Los trabajos de reconstrucción concluyeron en 1993 con un nuevo diseño de la parte superior más simple y de menor altura que el original.
Por la noche, coincidió que habían puesto un juego de luces muy original.
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Rebuilt until 1993

Largely rebuilt after the Second World War, in 1993 the works were closed this imposing cathedral on the banks of the river. With its square, which gives a very strong, especially Dome stands, but the best is inside. After passing through the box office, the interior dazzles with its large dome, much bigger than it looks on the outside, and the chapels and details to see. We can also go to the museum and the cathedral was rebuilt, with models, and we finished the tour of the catacombs, with the most bizarre coffins. A very interesting visit, and they certainly did not disappoint.

Reconstruida hasta 1993

Reconstruida en gran parte tras la Segunda Guerra mundial, en 1993 dieron por terminadas las obras de esta imponente catedral situada a orillas del río. Con su planta cuadrada, que le da un aspecto muy firme, destaca sobre todo la cúpula, aunque lo mejor está en el interior.

Tras pasar por taquilla, el interior nos deslumbra con su gran cúpula, mucho más grande de lo que aparenta por fuera, y por las capillas y detalles para ver. También podemos ir al museo de como se reconstruyó la catedral, con maquetas, y terminamos la visita por las catacumbas, con ataúdes de lo más estrambótico.

Una visita muy interesante, y que sin duda no me defraudó.
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To highlight the inner organ

Built in the first decade of the twentieth century, the Berlin Cathedral (Berliner Dom) is at the end of Unter den Linden, near the Museum Island. After being badly damaged during the Second World War, the city was divided located in the Soviet sector. Maybe it was apparent state of semi-abandonment in for 40 years. Only in 1975 it was decided to install a roof to protect the interior. Restoration work was completed in the 90s, after the German reunification. It houses the Hohenzollern family crypt. To highlight the inner body and if you can hear in the middle of mass, the better.

A destacar el órgano interior

Construida en la primera década del siglo XX, la Catedral de Berlín (Berliner Dom) se halla al final de Unter den Linden, cerca de la Isla de los Museos. Tras quedar muy dañada durante la Segunda Guerra Mundial, al dividirse la ciudad quedó emplazada en el sector soviético. Tal vez por ello quedó en aparente estado de semiabandono durante 40 años. Sólo en 1975 se decidió instalar un techo para proteger su interior. Los trabajos de restauración se terminaron en los años 90, tras la reunificación alemana.
Alberga la cripta de la familia Hohenzollern.
A destacar el órgano interior y si se puede escuchar en plena misa, mejor.
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One of the most popular sites berl

It is without doubt one of the most popular attractions of Berlin and a must. The cathedral is located on the beautiful square Lustgarten and XVIII century. Although it is neither particularly large nor particularly beautiful contemplate produces a strange feeling of being in front of a building that has lived long. Not so old, not by works of art ... But because this cathedral lived the worst moments of the Second World War, suffered the bombing that destroyed its copper dome, restored today. Worth seeing the exhibition that is inside of all phases of restoration, he was contemplating how after the War ... To me this building is a true metaphor for the city of Berlin: As much as wins for its devastation and the will to rebuild, re-look its beauty. It is the will of berlines by turning your city into a beautiful place and a space of harmony. The interior of the Cathedral of Berlin was almost completely rebuilt after World War II because of a bomb destroyed the main dome of bronze. The new decor is simpler than the original and features great harmony. Coming from a Catholic tradition is quite curious to see how the Protestant cathedrals have no representations of the Virgin or a saint (not because they believe in his divine nature). The four sculptures that decorate the main columns are, however, four key figures in Protestantism, among them the Luther. Do not miss the sarcophagus of Frederick I and his wife on the main floor, the basement crypt, the pulpit and the beautiful organ. After this "immersion" art must climb to the dome by the endless stairs to have one of the best views of the entire city of Berlin. The Berlin Cathedral is the perfect place for lovers of ancient tombs and sarcophagi place. Both the main floor and the basement has a large space reserved for these "dark" little pieces of history. While few sarcophagi of the main floor are the last kings and are lavishly decorated in the basement we find a true crypt. Over a hundred different sarcophagi Germanic dynasties, divided by age groups .... Of all types and sizes. As I said, a true paradise for those who enjoy the graves. A place a bit sinister but, in my opinion, very interesting. Both light and the arrangement of the crypt coffins make a little dream place, as German romantic tale, as mystery story. Once you've seen all there is to do in the cathedral, the best way to "unwind" after much culture is climbing the long stairs of the dome of the cathedral to see one of the most beautiful views of Berlin. Access to the dome is included in the entry, so I do not have to pay anything more. Although the rise is a little tired, totally worth it. I recommend to look at the statues of gargoyles and angels there at the top, some are wonderful. The views of the river, the TV tower, the city council ... are excellent. One can even photographed "eating a lollipop" TV! The other side of the coin. The Deutscher Dom ("German Cathedral"), located just in front of the "French Cathedral" is especially beautiful precisely because of the contrast with the almost identical neighboring cathedral. Actually, this building is an old Protestant church reformer XVIII which was completely rebuilt in the 90s after the bombing of 1945. It is disturbing to imagine this beautiful square with a church bombed during more than 30 years .... This is Berlin, a city that has risen from the ashes, in which live the strength to rebuild historic buildings with the desire to design other contemporary radiclamente. In fact, the entire interior of the church was completely renovated in a modern design for use as an exhibition on the history of German democracy. A corner that sobering about the character of the Germans ...

Uno de los lugares más conocidos de berlí

Es, sin lugar a dudas, uno de los lugares más conocidos de Berlín y una visita obligada. La catedral se encuentra en la bella plaza Lustgarten y data del siglo XVIII. Aunque no es ni especialmente grande ni especialmente hermosa contemplarla produce una extraña sensación de encontrarse ante un edificio que ha vivido mucho.

No por lo antiguo, no por sus obras de arte... Sino porque esta catedral vivió los peores momentos de la Segunda Guerra Mundial, sufrió los bombardeos que destrozaron su cúpula de cobre, hoy en día restaurada. Merece la pena ver la exposición que hay en su interior de todas sus fases de restauración, contemplar cómo quedó tras la Guerra... Para mí este edificio es una verdadera metáfora de la ciudad de Berlín: Por lo mucho que ha sufrido, por su devastación y por la voluntad de reconstruirse, de volver a lucir toda su belleza. Es la misma voluntad de los berlines por convertir su ciudad en un lugar bello y en un espacio de concordia.

El interior de la catedral de Berlín fue casi completamente reconstruido tras la Segunda Guerra Mundial a causa de que una bomba destruyó la cúpula de bronce principal. La nueva decoración es más sencilla que la original y destaca por su gran armonía. Proviniendo de una tradición católica resulta bastante curioso ver como las catedrales protestantes no tienen ninguna representación ni de la Virgen ni de ningún santo (ya que no creen en su carácter divino). Las cuatro esculturas que decoran las columnas principales son, en cambio, de cuatro personalidades fundamentales en el protestantismo, entre ellas destaca la de Lutero.

No hay que perderse los sarcófagos de Federico I y su esposa en la planta principal, la cripta del sótano, el púlpito y el bellísimo órgano. Después de esta "inmersión" de arte hay que subir a la cúpula por las interminables escaleras para tener una de las mejores vistas de Berlín de toda la ciudad.

La catedral de Berlín es el lugar perfecto para los amantes de las tumbas y los sarcófagos antiguos. Tanto en la planta principal como en el sótano se ha reservado un gran espacio para estos "oscuros" pequeños fragmentos de la historia. Mientras que los pocos sarcófagos de la planta principal corresponden a los últimos reyes y están profusamente decorados, en el sótano encontramos una verdadera cripta. Más de cien sarcófagos de diferentes dinastías germanas, repartidos por antigüedad, familia.... De todos los tipos y tamaños. Como ya he dicho: un verdadero paraíso para aquellos que disfruten de las tumbas.

Un lugar un poco siniestro pero, a mi juicio, muy interesante. Tanto la luz como la disposición de los sarcófagos hacen de la cripta un lugar un poco onírico, como de cuento romántico alemán, como de relato de misterio.

Una vez que se ha visto todo lo que hay que ver en la catedral, la mejor forma de "despejarse" tras tanta cultura es subir las largas escaleras de la cúpula de la catedral para contemplar una de las vistas más bellas de Berlín. El acceso a la cúpula está incluido en la entrada, así que no hay que pagar nada más. Aunque la subida resulta un poco cansada, merece totalmente la pena.

Recomiendo fijarse en las estatuas de gárgolas y de ángeles que hay en la cúpula, algunas resultan maravillosas. Las vistas del río, la torre de televisión, el ayuntamiento...son excelentes. ¡Incluso uno puede fotografiarse "comiéndose un chupachups" televisivo!

La otra cara de la moneda. La Deutscher Dom ("Catedral Alemana"), situada justo en frente de la "Catedral Francesa" es especialmente bella justamente por el contraste con su catedral vecina, casi idéntica.

En realidad, este edificio se trata de una vieja iglesia protestante reformista del XVIII que fue totalmente reconstruida en los años 90 tras los bombardeos de 1945. Resulta inquietante imaginarse esta bella plaza con una iglesia bombardeada durante más de 30 años.... Esa es Berlín, una ciudad que ha resurgido de sus cenizas, en la que conviven la fortaleza para reconstruir edificios históricos con las ganas de diseñar otros radiclamente contemporáneos. De hecho, todo el interior de la iglesia fue reformado siguiendo un diseño absolutamente moderno para ser utilizado como sala de exposiciones sobre la historia de la democracia alemana.

Un rincón que da mucho que pensar sobre el carácter de los alemanes...
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Festival of lights

I was lucky enough to behold the famous'' Festival of Lights'' which takes place every year in the month of October in the German capital. This festival illuminates all the most important monuments of the city making it a paradise not only for lovers of night photography but for all those who want to see something unique. Colored lights, projected moving images to be giving life to the most emblematic buildings of Berlin. In this case, the great Cathedral (Berliner Dom) presents this stunning look thanks to the festival.

Festival of lights

Tuve la gran suerte de poder contemplar el conocido ''Festival of lights'' que se celebra todos los años en el mes de octubre en la capital Alemana. Este festival ilumina todos los monumentos más importantes de la ciudad convirtiéndola en un paraíso no sólo para los amantes de la fotografía nocturna sino para todas aquellas personas que quieran contemplar algo único.
Luces de colores, proyecciones de imágenes que van moviéndose dando vida a los edificios más emblemáticos de Berlín. En este caso, la gran catedral (Berliner Dom) presenta este aspecto impresionante gracias al festival.
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Berlin Cathedral is one of the must of this city as culturally. Its green domes present from afar invite you to meet her. Worth a visit no matter what type of trip you're doing is something you should take in memory. Its location is great because it has the most important museums so close that if you're just in time podrs see almost everything and in addition can take just behind the cruise boat to explore Berlin. I think it's one of the most beautiful cathedrals, is Lutheran worship and neoclassical style.

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La Catedral de Berlín es uno de los must de esta ciudad tan cultural. Sus cúpulas verdes presentes desde lo lejos te invitan a reunirte con ella. Vale la pena visitarla no importa el tipo de viaje que estés haciendo es algo que debes llevarte en la memoria. Su ubicación es genial porque tiene los Museos más importantes tan cerca que si vas con el tiempo justo podrás ver casi todo y además puede tomar justo detrás el crucero para conocer Berlín en bote. Creo que es una de las catedrales más bonitas, es de culto luterano y de estilo neoclásico.
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Berliner dom

Easter Holiday 2012: The Berlin Cathedral, "Berliner Dom" Protestant cathedral built from 1747 to 1750 in the Baroque style, was the church and mausoleum of the Hohenzollern family. Today it is one of the most important monuments of Wilhelmine. From the dome you can see a beautiful view of the city.

Berliner dom

Vacanze di Pasqua 2012: Il duomo di Berlino, "Berliner Dom", cattedrale protestante costruita dal 1747 al 1750 in stile barocco, era chiesa e mausoleo della famiglia Hohenzollern. Oggi rappresenta uno dei più importanti monumenti dell'età guglielmina.
Dalla cupola si scorge un bel panorama della città.
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Information about Berlin Cathedral

Berlin Cathedral Phone Number
+49 30 20269136
+49 30 20269136
Berlin Cathedral Address
Am Lustgarten
Am Lustgarten
Berlin Cathedral Opening Hours
mon 9:00 - 20:00
tue 9:00 - 20:00
wed 9:00 - 20:00
thu 9:00 - 20:00
fri 9:00 - 20:00
sat 9:00 - 20:00
sun 9:00 - 20:00
Berlin Cathedral Website
http://www.berlinerdom.de
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