On the banks of the River Spree in the southern part of the Museum Island , Berlin Cathedral is located. The construction is made in baroque with inherent complex forms for him, massive and abundance of sculptures and stucco facades.
Inside the cathedral is decorated with frescoes, original floor mosaics and huge columns. Altar, the main sanctuary of the temple, made of white marble and onyx in 1850, worked on it a famous artist Frederick Augustus Stuller. Under the main dome of the cathedral is an observation deck with incredible views of the island and its attractions.
The cathedral is open to the public from Monday to Saturday from 9:00 to 20:00 on Sundays and public holidays - from 12:00 to 20:00. From 1 October to 31 March schedule is reduced by 1 hour, is only open until 19:00. Tickets cost 7 euros. There is an audio guide in several languages, a service fee - 3 euros. You can get to the city line trains U - Bahn, U routes 2, U 5, U 8, the stop is called «Alexanderplatz», in addition to the Museum Island trams M 4, M 5, M 6, stop «Spandauer Strasse» and bus number 100 and 200, stop «Am Lustgarten».