The Berlin Cathedral is known in Germany how Berliner Dom, is a Lutheran church located in Berlin. They are facing the Lustgarten and the Berlin Royal Palace. This temple has never housed a Catholic bishop so it is not exactly a cathedral.
The Berliner Dom was built by order of William II between 1895 and 1905, it was designed by Julius Raschdorff. The bombings of World War II seriously affected the structure of the temple. The building was remodeled and now the upper part looks simpler than the original design.
The cathedral is beautiful and elegant, very well maintained. You will be able to observe remarkable works of art such as the Organ of Sauer, the pulpit of neo-baroque influence and the stained glass windows designed by Anton von Werner. The altar dates from 1850.
Inside the cathedral you can visit the crypt with more than 80 sarcophagi where the bodies of the kings of Prussia. You can observe the whole church from a vantage point in the dome. It is a wide staircase of 270 steps that allow you to have a very beautiful view of the place. With photos to see along the way.
It is located near Museum Island, in Am Lustgarten 1, Mitte. The schedule is from Monday to Sunday from 9:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. and Sundays and holidays from 12:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
For a guided tour of the church, call +49 (0) 30 202 69 119. The entrance fee is 5 euros and 3 euros for students and retirees. If you want you can ask for audio, the price is 8 euros including admission. In the audio you will hear the history of this Protestant church. Photographs are allowed.
To get there you can take the bus lines: 100,157,348. You also find transportation in the Alexanderplatz and the Hackescher Markt. If you wish you can enter the website of this beautiful church, the Berliner Dom, you will find information about the schedules of the masses.