The Kaiser-Wilhelm-Gedächtnis-Kirche (what a long name) is a Protest church in Berlin, Germany that has only partially been repaired and therefore carries the name “Hohler Zahn” (empty tooth). It is located on the Breitscheidplatz close to the zoological garden and the aquarium.

It was built from 1891 in neoromantic style, destroyed during World War II – parts of the ruin were removed afterwards and then a new church building in modern style was added. Take it as a memorial what war does.

10789 Berlin

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