All year long
The new glass dome of the Reichstag palace in Berlin is a major attraction for visitors. When you discover this building, you will be encouraged to delve into the key moments of German history, and its periods of agitation, since the 19th century.
Notice the inscription Dem Deutschen Volke (to the people of Germany), which was added in 1916, because Wilhelm II was opposed to it before.
From one of the windows was proclaimed the Republic in 1918.
The fire that destroyed part of the building in 2933 was used by Nazis to justify the persecutions of its opponents.
Architect Sir Norman Foster watched over blending of the modern parts of the building with the historical implications from 1994 to 1999.
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