Church and chapel


Church and chapel

The remains of the original church were nicknamed as "hollow tooth" after the WWII and saved from demolition. It is in the Breitscheidplats, center of the former West Berlin, close to shoping centres. The Kaiser-Wilhelm-Gedächtniskirche or Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church is a symbol of Berlin's resolve to rebuild the city after the war and a constant reminder of the destruction of war. There was a new, concrete and glass octogonal structure designed by Egon Eiermann built in 1961.