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Kaiser-Wilhelm-Gedächtniskirche


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A peace monument

Published by angelo laudiero — 4 years ago

Kaiser-Wilhelm-Gedächtniskirche is one of the most important monuments in Berlin. Located in West-Berlin, in the neighborhood of Charlottenburg, this church was built in 1895 by the Kaiser Wilhelm but was destroyed in 1943 during the II world War. After the war, the citizens of West-Berlin didn't want another church built right there: they wanted Gedächtniskirche as symbol of the pain they suffered during the war. And finally they won: the church remained destroyed and today is a symbol of peace and reconciliation not only for German people, but also for a multitude of people around the world.

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