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Dome of the ages

The Neue Kirche (New Church in English) colloquially referred to as the "Deutscher Dom," is located in Berlin on the Gendarmenmarkt across from Französischer Dom (French Church). Designed by Martin Grünberg, the main body of the church was constructed in 1708 by Giovanni Simonetti with later additions, including the domed tower, built in 1785 by Carl von Gontard. While the cathedral was completely destroyed in 1945 by a fire during WWII, following the reunification of Germany the cathedral was rebuilt in 1993 and reinstated in 96’ as a museum dedicated to the political history of Germany.

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