The French Cathedral is a monument on the Gendarmenmarkt in the Mitte district of Berlin. Built in the Baroque style by Frederick II in the years 1780–1785 by Carl von Gontard, it borders the French Church to the east and lies opposite the German Cathedral. Burned out during the Second World War, the French Cathedral was rebuilt from 1978 to 1983 according to the original and modernly rebuilt on the inside. Since then he has been home to the Huguenot Museum.Source: Wikipedia
April 13, 2020
The French Cathedral is a monument on Gendarmenmarkt in Berlin's Mitte district. Built on behalf of Frederick II in the years 1780-1785 by Carl von Gontard in the Baroque style, it borders the French Church to the east and is opposite the German Cathedral. After being damaged in World War II, the French Cathedral was rebuilt from 1978 to 1983 true to the original on the outside and modern on the inside. Since 1931 it has been home to the Huguenot Museum.
August 26, 2022
Between 1780 and 1785, King Frederick II had two almost identical but non-functional towers built according to plans by Carl von Gontard to the German and French churches. This is how the buildings came into being, which today shape the appearance of the Gendarmenmarkt and which, together with the Konzerthaus, give it an unmistakable charm
July 4, 2020
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