Designed by Friedrich Adler, the Protestant church St. Thomas-Kirche was built from 1864 to 1869 in the Luisenstadt district. It is considered the most important example of Schinkel-style religious architecture and is one of Berlin’s largest churches. Its distinguishing architectural features are its twin-towered entrance, its round main room, and its brick dome. The division of Berlin also ended up dividing the congregation of this church.
Bild: Wolfgang Bittner LDA