Our boutique hotel in Berlin is a 10-minute walk from Kaiser-Wilhelm-Gedächtnis-Kirche, also known as Gedächtniskirche. The church, on Kurfürstendamm (Ku’Damm), is one of Berlin’s most recognizable landmarks. Begun in 1891, all that remains of the original church after it was bombed in 1943 is the old tower, the “Hollow Tooth.” The new church comprises four buildings in addition to the tower. The new church includes a cross of nails from Coventry and The Stalingrad Madonna.
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