Reichstag building: dome & observation deck
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Reichstag building: dome & observation deck
Nikolay Hotelier, 14 January 2013

The Reichstag building is а historical construction in Berlin which houses Bundestag (supreme constitutional organ of the Federal Republic of Germany). Nowadays, the Bundestag is the world’s most-visited parliament. Why so? Reichstag dome with its observation deck definitely played an important role in this worldwide recognition.

The Reichstag building

A view from inside of the dome

The rooftop terrace

Angela Merkel has her lunches there:

Entrance to the rooftop restaurant

What is under the dome?

Meeting room in the Reichstag building

The Reichstag dome

Admission: entrance is free; advance registration required.

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