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Die evangelische Kaiser-Wilhelm-Gedächtniskirche (umgangssprachlich kurz Gedächtniskirche und im Berliner Volksmund „Hohler Zahn“ genannt) steht auf dem Breitscheidplatz zwischen dem Kurfürstendamm, der Tauentzienstraße und der Budapester Straße im Ortsteil Charlottenburg.
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Bonnie Eico
Bonnie Eico
August 27, 2015
新教堂的一個特色是分成格狀的牆壁,由超過3萬塊玻璃窗組成,由法國玻璃藝術家加布里爾·洛伊爾(Gabriel Loire)在法國沙特爾的工作室完成,他曾為法國的約400座教堂和世界上不計其數的教堂設計過玻璃幕牆和玻璃窗。玻璃碎片將照射上來的光線折射出去,產生寶石切割般的效果。夜晚教堂被彩色光照亮,而白天折射後的陽光呈呈現藍色透入教堂內室。
Henrik
Henrik
January 31, 2020
The tower ruins of the new-romanesque church destroyed during world war II, which today is a museum and memorial to peace.
Clara
Clara
September 19, 2019
The Gedächtniskirche or Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church is the symbolic centre of West Berlin, an anti-war memorial to peace and reconciliation. Following allied bombing during WWII, the original west Tower has remained standing as a ruin and is hauntingly named the "hollow tooth" as it is literally…
Sebastian
Sebastian
August 16, 2019
one of the more agreeable preachers on the pulpit. the old Belfry has a little eye-opening historical exhibition and mosaics which say alot about fucked up state-religion relationships in this countrys troubled past
Vinit
Vinit
May 20, 2019
A WWII bomb destroyed half of this church so it is a must-see.

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Berlin Bezirk Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf,邮编10789
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