Looked at the Reichstag building. This is a historical place of memory, and an important testimony to Germany's war-torn storm. It is said that during the inauguration ceremony of the Capitol, several horses were suddenly frightened and overturned their riders, which seemed to cast a shadow over the future of this building. Twenty years after its establishment, Germany was defeated in World War I; during World War II, after the "Parliamentary Arson", it became a Nazi "bunker"-the base of the Nazi military command. In 1945, it was the iconic European battlefield of the anti-fascist war. The battle started in this building, and the moment the Soviet army planted the flag on the Capitol declared victory in the anti-fascist war. And this building was also riddled with holes in the war, almost completely destroyed. After the reconstruction of the parliament building, modern buildings replaced the restoration of the ancient style. This building fused with Baroque and Classicism styles finally got a steel and iron internal structure, and was placed with a modern glass dome. When visiting the exterior, you can also see the national emblem of the kingdom representing the logos of different states of the German Empire. The external sculpture patterns also come from different regions of Germany. The words "Dem Deucschen Volke" (for German citizens) are engraved on the pillars of the main entrance
Great views across the city with interesting tour guide included free of charge!
Здорово, красиво, масштабно! Вблизи от Бранденбургских ворот! Несомненно стоит увидеть это место своими глазами!
The Parliament of the Democratic German republic with the beautiful work of Norman Foster turning it in a really magic place
The building is beautiful and the dome is an incredible piece of architecture plus there is a great history of the government, the rise of Hitler and the path leading up to the current state of government. You can book late appointments which are less busy and the views at night are unique and stunning.