Reichstag Dome


Reichstag Dome

Reichstag (Parliament) is one of the landmarks and symbols Berlin. It was built in late 18th century in a traditional romantic style. Despite the fact it has lost its dome in 1933 and it was fairly destroyed during the World War II, 50 years later the German reunification gave sir Norman Foster a great opportunity when refurbishing and enlargening the Reichstag to house the Parlament that was to move from Bonn. Architectural contest allowed to equip Reichstag with dome again including something mainly for visitors. Fabulous glass dome was finished in 1999 and it welcomes visitors ever since, every day and for free!