Approaching the Berlin Cathedral. Berlin Cathedral is the former court cathedral of Prussia's royal family, the Hohenzollern and was conceived as a protestant answer to St. Peter's Basilica in Rome.
Close up of the front facade of the cathedral.
Cathedral, viewed from the back (across the river).
Shadowy figure hiding under the cross.
Walking along the outside of the great dome and looking towards the front of the cathedral.
First looks as you enter the cathedral.
Close up of the dome atop the cathedral.
The magnificent organ.
Statue of Martin Luther high in the ceiling, the "God-father" symbol of Protestantism.