Berlin's most graceful square is bookended by the domed 18th-century German and French cathedrals and punctuated by a grandly porticoed...
The memorial to Friedrich Schiller (1759–1805), one of Germany’s most revered poets and playwrights ( Maria Stuart, William Tell ) sits...
This Hilton-based party boîte lures cashed-up, dressed-up weekend warriors (and the occasional celebrity) to its extravagantly...
Augustiner am Gendarmenmarkt
Tourists, concert-goers and hearty-food lovers rub shoulders at rustic tables in this surprisingly authentic Bavarian beer hall. Soak up...
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Deutscher Dom information
The Deutscher Dom (German Cathedral) wasn’t much of a looker until being topped by Gontard’s dazzling galleried dome in 1785. Built as the Neue Kirche (New Church) between 1702 and 1708 for German-speaking congregants, it is now home to an exhibit charting Germany's path to parliamentary democracy. English audioguides and tours are available.