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This tour of Berlin is much different than the usual politically correct nonsense. Think of this as the politically incorrect tour of Berlin. So bear that in mind when going on this tour. It will be full of bad language, bad taste jokes and, yes, of course, a history lesson! No snowflakes allowed!!!
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blairkk25 wrote a review Sep 2018
New Jersey2,078 contributions559 helpful votes
I visited the Sophia Church in September 2018. It is one of several sights to see in the Hackescher Markt area including the New Synagogue and the Kennedy Museum. It is a nice photo op.
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Date of experience: September 2018
faozanrizal wrote a review Apr 2018
Berlin, Germany3,710 contributions470 helpful votes
If you visit the famous Hackesche Markt or in near by area and hearing church bell, it may come from this beautiful church. Located pretty near from Hackesche Markt, in a silence side street where St. Hedwig Hospital is, made this place is one of quiet place from Berlin - Mitte. When you tired of Berliner hectic tourism crowd, this one can be alternative place to visit, just remember that this is also an active church, so it may closed sometimes for service. The architecture is very nice with finest Baroque style.
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Date of experience: April 2018
operalover939 wrote a review Sep 2017
Toronto, Canada2,516 contributions1,670 helpful votes
A friend took us here, in part it is an attractive example of north German baroque but also because it has a history of caring. From 1942 to 1945 it tried the serve Russian and Ukrainian prisoners of war who were being used as slave labour in nearby industries. In 1965 it gave Martin Luther King an opportunity to speak. A nice, peaceful space.
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Date of experience: September 2017
LunaEsViajera wrote a review May 2015
Chicago, Illinois, United States30 contributions8 helpful votes
Martin Luther King gave a historic speech here. There is also a nice green area around the church. The inside of the church itself is bit in need of care. However, there are concerts (price is 9 euros) that might be worth checking out.
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Date of experience: May 2015
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