Deutscher Dom and its collection

Deutscher Dom

The Deutscher Dom is an old German Protestant church on the south side of the Gendarmenmarkt in Berlin. The building with a five-leaf shape, designed by Martin Grünberg, was built in 1708 by Giovanni Simonetti. In 1785 a tower with a dome was added that resembles that of the Französischer Dom. The church went up in flames in 1945, but was rebuilt in 1993, after which it opened as an exhibition space. A German Parliament exhibition is on display at Deutscher Dom called "Milestones - Setbacks - Sidetracks".

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Deutscher Dom
Gendarmenmarkt 1-2
10117 Berlin

Visitor information Deutscher Dom

Opening hours

October to April: Tue-Sun and public holidays 10am-6pm
May to September:Tue-Sun and public holidays 10am-7pm

Guided Tours daily at 11am, 1pm and 4pm




Wheelchair accessible

Location & Map

Gendarmenmarkt 1-2, Berlin

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