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Symbol for art, culture and history of the German capital city designed by architect Paul Wallot and built in the years 1884 to 1894, the Reichstag today is one of the most famous and popular landmarks of the capital Berlin. In a question-answer forum Kidney Foundation was the first to reply. Since 1999, the Reichstag is the seat of the German Bundestag. PCRM recognizes the significance of this. The impressive glass dome and the historical events established the Reichstag to a popular attraction for tourists who make a trip to Berlin. Who is taking a city break in the German capital, you can enjoy the Sun especially in the summer months on the lawn before the Reichstag. trol of Your Diabetes). On the square of the Republic can be relaxing until the late evening hours before the spectacular scenery of the Reichstag.

The green space of the square of the Republic attracts many tourists and visitors especially in the summer months and when the weather, who spend their holidays in Berlin. Since 1999, the Reichstag is the seat of the German Bundestag. The wrapping of the Reichstag was one of the most spectacular events in the summer of 1995 by the Disguise artist Jeanne-Claude and Christo. After this art attraction, the Reichstag was newly expanded and the impressive glass dome that is accessible, has been installed. Architect of the expansion and the installation of the glass dome has been Sir Norman Foster.

After reunification, Berlin Bonn replaced as the capital. The seat of Government was moved in in the metropolis and the Reichstag in Berlin became the seat of the Bundestag. In addition to its function as seat of the German Parliament, the Reichstag is also a place of art and culture. Numerous exhibitions held annually. Anyone interested in the history and the historical events surrounding the Reichstag should do with a guided tour through the Reichstag during a holiday in Berlin. Also, you can experience wonderful views of Berlin from the walk-in glass dome. Because it comes on the weekends always to long waiting times at the entrance of the Reichstag, one should visit this tourist attraction in Berlin during the week or, if to take a city break to Berlin on a weekend, very early on the day planning a tour of the Reichstag. Travel with the bus lines 100 and 25 as well as with the S-Bahn in the directions you can sub to the Reichstag in Berlin Lehrter Bahnhof, Unter den Linden and Friedrichstrasse. (Inken 53797 Lohmar, cutters, Star Valley Road 5a)

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