Berlin Religious Buildings

Berlin has a number of historic churches and religious buildings reflecting the cultural and religious diversity of the city. Many churches, chapels, mosques, and synagogues are also used as concert venues presenting both religious and secular music.

Throughout Berlin's history numerous immigrants have left their religious mark on the city, from French Huguenots and various other christian faiths, as well as Jews and Muslims.  Many religious buildings of historical importance, including the Berliner Dom on Museum Island, were heavily damaged during World War 2, with the vast majority of them undergoing significant restoration.  

Berliner Dom

Berliner Dom Mitte, Berlin

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The Berliner Dom on Museum Island is Berlin's largest church. In addition to regular church services, they also hold concerts and events and you can climb the dome for a great view over Berlin.

Französischer Dom

Französischer Dom Mitte, Berlin

The Französischer Dom (The French Cathedral), located on the beautiful Gendarmenmarkt, is a regular concert and event venue as well being an active church.

Krematorium Berlin

Krematorium Berlin Neukolln, Berlin

As well as holding up to 12,000 cremations a year, The Krematorium Berlin (Treptow Crematorium) is a building that has been studied by students, professionals and lovers of contemporary architecture.


Nikolaikirche Mitte, Berlin

At the heart of Berlin, the Nikolaikirche has been at the centre of the city's history for nearly 800 years.


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