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Bundesministerium der Finanzen Berlin

Wilhelmstrasse 97, 11016 Berlin, Germany
+49 30 186820
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Wilhelmstrasse 97, 11016 Berlin, Germany
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Reviewed 24 February 2017

Built in 1935, the Finance Ministry building is a rare, large, survivor of wartime era architecture. The building resembles Tempelhof airport and was designed by the same architect, Ernst Sagebiel. It was the Air Ministry when built. Now called the Detlev-Rohwedder Haus in honour of...More

Thank mcmonScotland
Reviewed 4 February 2017

Build in the mid 1930's this is a somber looking building, which somehow managed to survive the massive bombing of Berlin and the Soviet occupation. There were no tours of the building available during our visit to Berlin.

Thank TheShis
Reviewed 23 December 2016 via mobile

Walked past this building on way to house of terrors. Although it is a big building its grey and intimidating features go well with its previous history. That said if you closely you can see quite clearly where the scars of the war have been...More

Thank Paul D
Reviewed 8 September 2016

Built in 1935-1936, the now Ministry of Finance building, used to be the Aviation Ministry office led by Hitler's second in command, Hermann Goering. It was one of the few Nazi buildings that survived the 1944-1945 extensive bombing by the Allied Forces. After the 2nd...More

Thank GabyVM
Reviewed 27 August 2016

It’s hard to find pieces of Berlin that survived World War II. The entire city was bombed out and what you say today had more to do with the Cold War than with World War II. This one, the Detlev-Rohwedder-Haus is one of the very...More

Thank JuiTeoh
Reviewed 12 August 2016

This is the largest remaining building in Berlin from the Nazi era. Built to house the Luftwaffe Headquarters it is a typical example of Nazi architecture - imposing and grey. The building remained almost completely intact at the end of WW2, considering that 90% of...More

Thank JeffParry
Reviewed 21 December 2015

This imposing building designed to make the people viewing it feel small was the headquarters of the Luftwaffe (German air force) during the Nazi era. It somehow survived the bombing during WWII and when the Soviets captured Berlin it was quickly repurposed as a piece...More

Thank Chris B
Reviewed 15 July 2015

Passed by the building on my way from the Brandenburg Gate to the Topographie of Terror and Checkpoint Charlie. Despite its rich past, the building was a poor sight for me overall, not much to visit or to look at.

Thank BPwayfarer
Reviewed 13 April 2014

Worth a stop in a building of the German government, which currently houses the Ministry of Finance (Bundesministerium der Finanzen). This construction despite strong bombing, survived intact to the second world war. One possible explanation is that in the midst of an entire town destroyed,...More

Thank Flavio M
Reviewed 17 October 2013 via mobile

Just walked along the outside and checked out the mural if pnly Socialism succeded in the ideal Germania. But the thought of the uniformity of all future buildings is depressing...

Thank thechilibuddy
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Mitte
The centre of Berlin, Mitte is most famous for sights
like the Brandenburg Gate, Alexanderplatz, and Museum
Island. The central location makes this one of the
city's most expensive places to live. It is here the
oldest traces of the city can be found, and evidence
of some significant transformations, as well. The
gangsters that once ruled the impoverished streets
between Alexanderplatz and Hackescher Markt have given
...More
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