Palace in Historic Mitte

Now occasionally used as an event space and for special exhibits, this froufrou baroque palace was blueprinted by Johann Arnold Nering as the residence of young King Frederick before he became ‘the Great’. In the 1920s the National Gallery showcased top contemporary artists here, until the Nazis deemed them ‘degenerate’ and closed down the exhibit. In 1990, the formal German reunification agreement was signed here on 31 August.