With its many green domes, the baroque Berlin Cathedral (Berliner Dom) is the city’s largest church.
The classical building was built in the mid-1700s, and was extensively restored following bombing during World War II.
Audioguide tours provide in-depth information about the building’s history and artworks. Highlights include the Hohenzollern Crypt, with its royal tombs, and the monumental pipe organ.
The centerpiece of the building is the soaring dome, with its stained glass and mosaics. The original dome was destroyed by Allied bombs, and its restoration was particularly painstaking.
Berlin Cathedral is on Museum Island in the area called Mitte. The closest station is Hackescher Markt.