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Discover Berlin's Religious Sites

Discover Berlin's Religious Sites One stunning example of religious architecture in Berlin is the Berlin Cathedral. Known as the Protestant 'St. Peter’s Basilica' the current building is the largest Protestant church in Europe. Another example is the New Synagogue which, like the majority of Berlin’s historical buildings, was destroyed in the mid-twentieth century. The original building of the Kaiser-Wilhelm Memorial Church was damaged during the War in 1943. A new building was later constructed in stark contrast to the old church, and stands today as both a place of worship and as a war memorial. In this video, WatchMojo.com takes a look at the most striking examples of religious architecture in Berlin, Germany.

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