In the northern part of the space between the renovated palace and the old museum stands a huge church called the "German House". It was built for the Evangelical community of Berlin, but the only complication was that this community did not recognize the concept of the church as a structure. The community sought to minimize it, but it was already built and was to be a challenge and a competition for St. Isaac's Church in St. Petersburg. One way or another after being severely damaged by the bombing of World War II, the church was rebuilt during Soviet rule and much more modest compared to the original church. The excuse for reducing the renewed structure found that the community evangelical even in the days of its construction did not request a magnificent building. In this church they found the burial of almost all the Guggenzler dynasties in their numbers from various periods. The large square in front of us is called Loisgarten - the pleasure garden.
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