The Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church known as the Gedächtniskirche is a Protestant church in Germany that is associated with the Evangelical Church in Germany. The original church was built in the 1890s but was largely destroyed by bombing in the Second World War. The church was rebuilt to the designs of the architect Eiermann, his plans were for four buildings to be built around what was left of the current church which was the damaged spire. The damaged church has since become a landmark for its eye-catching damaged tower and has earned the nickname “the hollowed tooth” from locals.
The church is a short walk away from the nearby Europa Shopping Centre which has a transport station which any of the following buses travel to M19, M29, M46, N26.
Opening Times and Admission
The church is open seven days a week from 9am-7pm with services on a Sunday. You can tour the church on any day, with guided tours also available at a request.