The Berlin Cathedral ( ), also known as, the Evangelical Supreme Parish and Collegiate Church, is a monumental German Evangelical church and dynastic tomb (House of Hohenzollern) on the Museum Island in central Berlin. Having its origins as a castle chapel for the Berlin Palace, several structures have served to house the church since the 1400s. The present collegiate church was built from 1894 to 1905 by order of German Emperor William II according to plans by Julius Raschdorff in Renaissance... Read More
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The Berlin Cathedral ( German: Berliner Dom ), also known as the Evangelical Supreme Parish and Collegiate Church, is a monumental German Evangelical church and dynastic tomb ( House of Hohenzollern) on the Museum Island in central Berlin. Having its origins as a castle chapel for the Berlin Palace, several structures have served to house the ...
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Berlin Cathedral (Berliner Dom) rises majestically on Museum Island with a green-colored copper dome. The island is surrounded by the Spree River. Sitting in front of the Lustgarten park, it is considered the most prominent religious edifice in Berlin. History. The first temple built on the site was a Roman Catholic church during the fifteenth ...
The Supreme Parish Church was demolished to provide a Baroque extension for the Berlin Cathedral in 1747 designed by Johann Boumann. King Frederick William III had famed architect Karl Friedrich Schinkel refurbish the church in a Neoclassicist style. Julius and Otto Raschdorff designed a completely new Neo-Renaissance building in 1893.
The neo-Renaissance Berlin Cathedral has been through several phases of architectural renovation and religious reform since the Middle Ages. Its beginnings can be traced back to a humble parish church built beside the Spree in 1465. The church was reformed in 1539 to follow the Lutheran branch of Martin Luther.
In 2018, German churches reported revenues of €538 million. From that fund, the Protestant church received €319 million and the Catholic church €227 million. Many citizens do not report their religion to avoid paying this tax. According to the website of the Berlin Cathedral they need about €15,000 per day for operation.
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