St. Hedwig’s Cathedral

St. Hedwig's Cathedral from 1920St. Hedwig's Cathedral from 2020

St. Hedwig’s Cathedral is a Catholic church situated at the historical Bebelplatz just off the Unter-den-Linden boulevard in central Berlin.

First erected between 1747 to 1887 by Frederick the Great, it sustained substantial bomb damage during WWII and was restored in a post-war modernist style.

As the later image shows, the cathedral is presently shut for renovations.


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