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“beautiful church ”

St. Canisius Church
Ranked #485 of 1,007 things to do in Berlin
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Reviewed 17 July 2016 via mobile

Catholic Church in Berlin. We discovered this church on Google maps.

Minimalistic decor - so you can focus on meditating and praying. Lots of sunlight through the big glass windows.

Heard mass and loved the sermon. Thank you, father!

Mass schedule on their website is very up-to-date.

Thank RubyChan
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Reviewed 23 May 2014 via mobile

I had a few hours around noon before my next bus left Berlin ZOB. I was glad to find the nice Schwannen lakes and this jesuiten church close to them.
I was lightened of the sensitive contrasts of concret and wood, high and deap, inside and outside, straight and curved lines of the church. A helpfulchurch guide let me know a lot of details about the building of the church. This one is the newest church of Berlin.

Jesuits are so down to earth here too.

Really worth visiting.
Don?t miss to check the acoustics with a song. Stand 1 meter to the left of the altar.

Thank aprikot
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Reviewed 16 March 2008

Strolling around Charlottenburg (Berlin), a wooden tower aroused my interest and made me wal toward it. A modern church, from Büttner, Neumann & Braun, that was finished at 2002. It was constructed in the same place of another (from 1957) that burns in 1995. A very beautiful architecture where daring lines and shapes of a concrete building contrast with the wooden portal. In the interior pure, simple, natural, clear lines contrast with the wooden Lady-Chapel. In the church the image of the Christ "survived" the fire of the former church. The heath of the fire melt down the arms of the image.

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