Photographer's Note

Kaiser-Wilhelm-Gedachtnis-Kirche or Memories Church as is also called is located near the Kufurstendamm street and is one of Berlin main attraction for turists.
It was developed by Franz Schechten in a Neo-Romantic style in 1895. The second World War bombardments destroyed it in 1943 and after clearing the ruins only a part of the tower was still up.
In 1961 Egon Eiermann drawed a new church in a octogonal shape with a new tower bell appart.
Inside the old church is still possible to see some of the old mosaics that decorated the old building.

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Additional Photos by Daniel Cara Nova (Cara) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 289 W: 90 N: 422] (2059)
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