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The Reichstag building is a historical edifice in Berlin constructed to house the Reichstag (1894-1933), parliament of the German Empire and the Weimar Republic. After WW II the building fell into disuse. After reconstruction (1995-99) it became the seat of the German Bundestag.
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The Reichstag building was completed in 1894 following German national unity and the establishment of the German Reich in 1871. After a complete restoration of Paul Wallot's original building, the Bundestag reconvened here in Sir Norman Foster's spectacularly restored Reichstag building on April 19,…
You must book the free visit to the Reichstag dome because of its amazing view on the skyline!
The Reichstag building is associated with many important events in German history. Today the building is the seat of the Bundestag and invites visitors to visit the imposing glass dome.
Climbing up the dome and seeing the federal parliament at work is one of Berlin's most popular attractions. This is unfortunately not as convenient to access as it once was. It remains free but visitors need to book a few days in advance through the Bundestag website.
One can see German Parliament taking place, live with a bird's eye view right ontop of the building!
Der Besuch der Kuppel ist sehr beeindruckend. Man muss sich vorher anmelden aber als Belohnung erhält man kostenlos Einblick in den Parlamentssaal und einen wundervollen Blick über Berlin!
You can visit the Reichstag yourself. I recommend to reserve a time slot // The Reichstag is a historic edifice in Berlin, Germany, constructed to house the Imperial Diet (German: Reichstag) of the German Empire. It was opened in 1894 and housed the Diet until 1933, when it was severely damaged…
Number 2 of the Big % of Berlin. Must see! recommend a walk through the dome of the building. but nite, you need registration before...
Visit the roof of the Reichstag building and feel the political transparency that has been created with the new dom.
Homepage of the German Bundestag, the national parliament of the Federal Republic of Germany.
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