Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church
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Tuesday to Saturday 10:00 am to 5:00pm
Closed: Bank Holidays
Perhaps one of the most famous buildings in Berlin, the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church stands as a reminder of the terrible destruction caused during the Second World War. The church was commisioned by Emperor William II in 1891, and dedicated to his grandfather, William I. The church contains numerous exhibits and a few artefacts left intact after the war.
Situated centrally in the Wilmersdorf district
Kurfürstendamm is one of Berlin's most elegant shopping areas and has long been a part of the city synonymous with the extravagance of the West.