The Neo-Gothic Gethsemane Church was one of the important meeting points of opposition against the East German regime in 1989, and later a centre of the civil rights movement in a unified Berlin.

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Gethsemanekirche, Berlin

The Neo-Gothic Gethsemane Church was one of the important meeting points of opposition against the East German regime in 1989, and later a centre of the civil rights movement in a unified Berlin..

The Neo-Gothic Gethsemane Church was one of the important meeting points of opposition against the East German regime in 1989, and later a centre of the civil rights movement in a unified Berlin.


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About Gethsemanekirche

 Stargarder Str. 77, 10437 Berlin, Germany

 +49 30 4457745

 www.ekpn.de

Gethsemanekirche and Nearby Sights on Map

Museum in der Kulturbrauerei

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Rykestrasse Synagogue

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Jüdischer Friedhof Schönhauser Allee

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Museum for Architectural Drawing

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Park Inn Alexanderplatz

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