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Berlin. Kaiser-Wilhelm-Gedachtniskirche. Zoologischer Garten

Nefer • 3 minutes read • August 18th, 2016
Here's the Kaiser-Wilhelm-Gedächtniskirche (

The Protestant Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church

). It is a memorial. In the Fall of 1943, the church was destroyed after a bombing attack. Ruins of the tower were preserved and today have been used as one of the symbols of 


. In the evenings, the building emits a blue glow. Inside, it's unusual and quite interesting.
This was a monument to an unknown plumber :) Actually, the monument was dedicated to the unification of Berlin. It's located near a department store called KaDeWe. The pipes represent parts of Berlin, united and disconnected at the same time. The construction was revealed on the 750th anniversary of the city, in 1987.
Then, we were walking through a park called 


. We saw different monuments on the way: a column with an unknown meaning, a man standing on the corner of a house, different historical personalities that I did not know and strange sculptures that frightened with their avant-garde style.
Here's the entrance to famous Berlin Zoo.
These carefully pilled blocks formed a fountain :) It just didn't operate in November.
This was an interesting building. It looked like a bunker that was ready to slam its doors and windows shut at any moment. 
Author: Nefer
Translated by: Olesya Zhukova

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