St. Hedwig's Cathedral is an 18th century Roman Catholic cathedral that is the seat of the archbishop of Berlin. The Neo-Classical building was destroyed in World War II bombings, and rebuilt between 1952 to 1963.
Hinter der Katholischen Kirche 3, 10117 Berlin, Germany
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St.-Hedwigs-Kathedrale and Nearby Attractions on Map
Berlin Wall(1 km)
Little is left of the Berlin Wall at its original site, which was destroyed almost everywhere when Germany was reunified in 1989.
Brandenburg Gate(1.2 km)
The Brandenburger Tor or Brandenburg Gate is the only surviving Berlin city gate from the 18th century and a symbol of the reunified city.
Neues Museum(0.5 km)
The Neues Museum or New Museum on Berlin’s Museuminsel stands as a monument to 19th century art appreciation, museum design and technological innovation.
Kollhoff Tower(1.5 km)
The 101 metre tall Kollhoff Tower on 1 Potsdamer Platz has an open observation deck on the roof that offers breathtaking views of Berlin.
Neue Kirche(0.4 km)
The Neue Kirche, also known as Deutscher Dom, is one of the 3 buildings of the ‘trinity ensemble’ in the Gendarmenmarkt square, along with the Französische Dom and the Konzerthaus.
Hanf Museum(0.9 km)
The Hemp Museum in Berlin is dedicated to the hemp plant, covering its cultivation, harvesting, and the processing of its different parts for use in various products.
Neptunbrunnen is a bronze fountain by Reinhold Begas, built in 1891 as a present from the city of Berlin to the Kaiser Wilhelm II.
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