A pink rococo confection entered from the south (garden) side, looks out over the lawns, pools and fountains of the formal Palastgarten .
Stretching south from Konstantinplatz, the lawns, daffodil beds, statues and fountains of the formal Palace Garden are perfect for a...
Germany’s oldest Gothic church was built in the 13th century. It has a cruciform structure supported by a dozen pillars symbolising the...
A historic former wine warehouse with exposed brick and hoists now houses this superb restaurant. Creative dishes incorporate local...
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Konstantin Basilika information
Constructed around AD 310 as Constantine’s throne room, the brick-built basilica is now an austere Protestant church. With built-to-impress dimensions (some 67m long, 27m wide and 33m high), it's the largest single-room Roman structure still in existence. A new organ, with 87 registers and 6500 pipes, generates a seven-fold echo.