The Marienkirche is the oldest church in Berlin, dating back to the 13th Century (and possibly earlier). The church was originally Roman Catholic, but after the Protestant Reformation it became a Lutheran Church, complete with a statue of Martin Luther standing tall outside. During World War II, the church was heavily damaged, but in the 1950's it was restored by the German authorities of East Berlin. Because of the havoc of the WWII bombings, the church, which was once crowded by other buildings, now stands alone in an opened square in Alexanderplatz.
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