The Reichstag

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For the Germans, the Reichstag is a symbol both of a dark age in Germany, is a new face of Berlin. In 1933 it was burned and Hitler immediately took the opportunity to censor freedom and parliamentary blame more than 5,000 opponents, who were later also arrested, the Reichstag became the emblem of the fall of democracy. With a big jump in time, we find ourselves in 1999 with the renovation of the headquarters of the German parliament and raising the spectacular glass dome designed by architect Sir Norman Foster, the Reichstag time is the expression of the rebirth of Berlin. It ‘s very popular with tourists, so we advise you to book your visit or arrive early to avoid queues exhausting. When: Daily 8:00-00:00 Ever, the dome is closed December 24 to 31. Views from 16:00 onwards from March 31 to April 4, from 7 to July 11, July 21 to 25, 20 to 24 October. As: S-Bahn S1, S2 stop Unter den Linden. Bus: 100.

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