post-title Friedrichswerder Church | Open Days | 18. + 19.01.2020

Friedrichswerder Church | Open Days | 18. + 19.01.2020

Friedrichswerder Church | Open Days | 18. + 19.01.2020

Friedrichswerder Church | Open Days | 18. + 19.01.2020

In January 2020, Karl Friedrich Schinkel’s Friedrichwerder Church, which had been closed for years due to renovation work, will be on display again for the first time, before it will be used again as a museum by the National Gallery from summer 2020.

On Saturday, 18 January, and Sunday, 19 January 2020, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., the National Gallery of the National Museums in Berlin invites you to open days at the Friedrichswerder Church on Werderscher Markt in Berlin-Mitte. Admission is free.

The Friedrichswerder Church was planned by Karl Friedrich Schinkel and built between 1824 and 1830 – almost simultaneously with his Altes Museum. Initially designed in classicist style, Schinkel bowed to the wishes of Crown Prince Friedrich Wilhelm, who intended a church in …

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Image caption: Friedrichswerdersche Kirche, Exterior view 2019, © Staatliche Museen zu Berlin / David von Becker

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