The German capital Berlin, keeping together the past and the future, is in Kıyı İstanbul Çarşı with its historic texture and values waiting to be discovered.
Three structures with significant places in Berlin’s history were constructed on Berlin Street in Kıyı İstanbul, getting their inspiration from their originals.
Reichstag, the home of the German Parliament up to Adolf Hitler period, suffered a major fire in 1933.
The building, which holds an important place in history, was recreated on Berlin Street, staying true to its original.
The building, which holds an important place in history, was recreated on Berlin Street, staying true to its original. Reichstag surely is not the only structure on Berlin Street. Bode Museum, which is on the side of the Spree River and has a history of 115 years, awaits you as well.
One of the largest exhibition palaces of the city, Martin-Gropius-Bau is in Kıyı İstanbul to offer you a new world.
You will never want to leave Berlin Street, where you will feel the in-depth bohemian spirit and history and witness the past.
Reichstag, built with Renaissance architecture and in Neo-Baroque style, was the home of the German Parliament until Adolf Hitler. Arsoned in 1933, the building took long restoration efforts to finally attain its current appearance. 47 meters high, Reichstag is one of Berlin’s salient structures.
Named after its architect Martin Gropius, the building first opened for service in 1881 as a royal crafts museum. Having fallen into ruin due to great damage during World War 2, the building was taken under protection with German architect Walter Gropius’s attempts. Following long years of reconstruction, the building made a second opening with the great Schinkel exhibition in 1981.
In the German capital Berlin, Bode Museum opened in 1904 under the name ‘Kaiser Friedrich Museum.’ As well as a collection of sculptures, medals and coins, the museum hosts a museum of Byzantine art.