Berlin Cathedral and Museum Island, Berlin, Germany
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A night at the museums. Berlin Cathedral and Museum Island, Berlin, Germany
As the summer is fading away, we find ourselves reminiscing about vacations and long hours of lively evenings. But let's not bury the picnic days just yet! There is plenty to look forward to, especially if you are in Berlin. The Berlin Cathedral, also referred to as the Evangelical Supreme Parish and Collegiate Church, is a Protestant church, situated on Museum Island in the heart of Berlin. The origins of the Berlin Cathedral date to 1465, when the construction of an upper parish and cathedral church on Spree Island began. Featured in today's image, Museum Island - embraced by the Spree River - is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and it is home to a museum quintet: Altes, Bode, Pergamon, Neues Museums and Alte Nationalgalerie.