Deutscher Dom

Deutscher Dom

The history of parliamentary democracy in a baroque church

Exhibition: Revolution1848/49 – © Deutscher Bundestag

The German Cathedral (Deutscher Dom) on Gendarmenmarkt was built between 1702 and 1708 by architect Martin Grünberg. Destroyed in a fire in 1943, the dome was rebuilt in stages between 1982 and 1996, and now houses the permanent exhibition on parliamentary democracy of the German Bundestag.

The exhibition ‘Wege - Irrwege - Umwege’ (Roads - Meanderings - Detours) illustrates the historical development of the liberal parliamentary system in Germany on five floors. It focuses in particular on those eras in German history, during which the foundations for political order in the Federal Republic were laid.

Displays, documents, photographs and timelines provide an in-depth overview of parliamentary decision-making processes, and the function and methods of representative bodies. Visitors gain valuable insights into the creation, development and work carried out by the political parties in Germany.

Infos for school classes

The Berliner Dom offers tours for school pupils of all ages. Alongside the tour of the dome itself, there are also conducted tours of the crypt, organ and museum. The 90 minute tour costs 35 Euros for groups up to 15 persons, and 60 Euros for groups up to 30 persons. Special conditions apply to groups visiting the dome as part of a religious instruction programme. Prior registration is required in any case.

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Cathedral by Kristin
Mistranslation of "Dom" by George Szenderowicz (not verified)

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Gendarmenmarkt 1
10117 Berlin Mitte
Tel.: 030 – 22730431

historischeausstellungatbundestag [dot] de

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