The architectural style belongs to the Neo-Romanesque church. It is a neo-Romanesque building with Gothic elements. The architectural decoration uses mosaics, reliefs and sculptures. It has become a highlight and outstanding architectural work of the newly established Berlin West.
The Kaiser Wilhelm’s Church is a church near the Berlin Zoo. The church was originally a cross-shaped typical Gothic church. It was blown up due to the war. The remaining part is now preserved after restoration. Seen from the exterior The spire is gone. Walking inside, you can see that the mural on the top has obvious cracks and repairs, and there is also a model to see the original appearance of the church.
The style belongs to the Neo-Romanesque church. It is a Neo-Romanesque building with Gothic elements. The architectural decoration uses mosaics, reliefs and sculptures. It became a highlight and outstanding architectural work of the newly established Berlin West. This church is better known as the "decapitated church": the roof was bombed during World War II. In order to warn future generations not to war, the Germans did not repair the church, but left traces left by the war.
Germany. Berlin-Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church: After the defeat of the war, a nation is not eager to wash away this shame, but uses their methods to warn the Germans and the people of the world to never forget this history, and to stay away war. Today, the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church has become an important post-war memorial in Germany and one of Berlin’s landmarks, attracting many tourists from all over the world. The church's commemorative significance to World War II is far greater than its commemorative significance to Emperor Wilhelm.
Germany. Berlin-Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church: During World War II, the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church was severely destroyed by Allied bombers and became what it is today. After World War II, the government planned to demolish the ruins and rebuild them. The citizens expressed their opposition. In the end, the church was not demolished or repaired. The wreckage was preserved as a ruins and was arranged as a memorial...
Preston_Dominguez: Breitscheidplatz, 10789 Berlin, Germany
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