The Berliner Dom (Berlin Cathedral) is an evangelical church on Museum Island. This cathedral was built between 1745 and 1747 (remodeled 50 years later) and is the largest church in Berlin. It is used for church services, concerts and other events as well (if you are here around Christmas, be sure to check out the Christmas choirs here).
The cathedral was damaged by a bomb during World War II and was reconstructed in 1975, however, the interior reconstruction was not complete until 1993 when it reopened.
One of the highlights of the cathedral is the pipe organ, consisting of more than 7,000 pipes. Friedrich I and his wife are buried in the church along with many other members of the royal family.
Address: Am Lustgarten,10178 Berlin
Phone: 49(0)30- 20269-136
Sunday, holidays Noon-8pm
October-March Closing is 7pm
Adults 5 Euros
Audio Guide 3 Euros