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people walking in and around Germany’s 1894 parliament building, the Reichstag
February 25, 2015

Berlin’s Reichstag

Berlin, the imposing power city at the heart of Europe’s 20th-century tragedy, is learning to live with its troubled inheritance. Here, a central glass dome symbolizes transparency in the 1894 parliament building, the Reichstag, damaged in World War II and restored by British architect Norman Foster in the 1990s.

See more pictures from the March 2015 feature story "Two Cities, Two Europes."

Photograph by Gerd Ludwig, National Geographic

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