Jul 10, 2006
Dec 10, 2007
The Reichstag was the seat of German government before it was burned at the beginning of Hitler's reign of terror in 1933. It was reconstructed in the late 1990s with a glass spiral dome, which is open to the public, and is once again the home of the German parliament. Here you will find photos of the building and the surrounding Regierungsviertel (Government Quarter), as well as the amazing view from the glass dome at night. I think the latter is a must-see if you're in Berlin, but make sure you get in line by 9 PM to insure you get in before they lock the doors at 10 PM.