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  2. Gendarmenmarkt - Wikipedia

    The Konzerthaus Berlin is the most recent building on the Gendarmenmarkt. It was built by Karl Friedrich Schinkel in 1821 as the Schauspielhaus. It was based on the ruins of the National Theatre, which had been destroyed by fire in 1817.

  3. Gendarmenmarkt –

    The twin buildings of the German Cathedral and the French Cathedral both emerged from relatively plain churches built on the market square around 1705. in order to make the Gendarmenmarkt even more attractive and, above all, more representative, two identical towers based on plans by Carl von Gontard were added next to the churches between 1780 ...

  4. Gendarmenmarkt in Berlin |

    Having been renamed Platz der Akademie in 1950, Gendarmenmarkt got its old name back in 1991 after reunification. A dome, not a church Gendarmenmarkt took on its current form under Friedrich II – with a harmonious architectural ensemble planned by Georg Christian Unger.

  5. Guide to Visiting Gendarmenmarkt Square in Berlin

    Konzerthaus Berlin (Berlin Concert House) The Konzerthaus sits in between the two nearly identical churches, giving the square nice balance. It was built in the early 1800s on the foundation of the National Theater, which had burned down. Konzerthaus Berlin Gendarmenmarkt.

  6. Gendarmenmarkt – Wikipedia

    Die Revolution von 1848/1849 kündigte sich schon 1847 auf dem Gendarmenmarkt durch die Kartoffelrevolution an, einen Aufruhr gegen gestiegene Lebensmittelpreise. Die in den Barrikadenkämpfen während der Märzrevolution von 1848 Gefallenen wurden auf den Stufen des Deutschen Doms feierlich aufgebahrt.

  7. Gendarmenmarkt - One of the most impressive squares in Berlin

    Twin churches. The square is flanked on both sides by two identical Baroque-styled churches with an impressive tower and dome. The French Church (Französischer Dom) is located on the north side of the precinct.

  8. Guide to the Gendarmenmarkt in Berlin: Infos & Attractions…

    For opening hours and ticket prices, please visit the official website. 2. Huguenot Museum. After the Great Elector Friedrich Wilhelm of Brandenburg issued the Edict of Potsdam in 1685, some 20,000 French religious refugees, the Huguenots, found a new home in Berlin and the Mark Brandenburg.

  9. Gendarmenmarkt –

    Schließlich wurde er 1799 in Gendarmenmarkt umbenannt, da von 1736 bis 1782 die Wache und die Ställe des Garderegiment „Gens d´armes“ dort angesiedelt waren. Sehenswürdigkeiten auf dem Gendarmenmarkt

  10. Tips for Visiting the Berlin Gendarmenmarkt Christmas Market

    Hotels near Gendarmenmarkt Christmas Market: Top Pick for Central Berlin Christmas Markets (Gendarmenmarkt, Rotes Rathaus) Hotel de Rome: Some rooms overlook Bebelplatz, where Gendarmenmarkt Christmas market is for 2023 and 2024. One stop away from Rotes Rathaus on the U5.

  11. Berlin: The Beauty of ‘Gendarmenmarkt’ Square

    > The New Church or German Cathedral is located on the opposite side of Gendarmenmarkt and mirrors the French Cathedral, meaning it looks almost exactly the same. It was built by the same architect, completed in the same year, namely 1785, and rebuilt from 1983 to 1996 in both the GDR and reunified Germany.