Gendarmenmarkt is a relatively important square in the center of Berlin. The transportation here is quite convenient. It is not far from the subway station. The design of the Berlin subway station is also very historical and cultural. It usually matches the nearby attractions. For some special design and introduction, Gendarmenmarkt is composed of three main buildings. It is very beautiful and has a symmetrical beauty. It is particularly attractive in the morning or dusk.
Gendarmenmarkt is located at the interruption of the Lindenstrasse and is considered the most beautiful place in Berlin. The Gendarmenmarkt was built in 1688 and has been repeatedly rebuilt due to wars. In the middle of the square is the neoclassical Berlin Concert Hall.
Gendarmenmarkt is a more famous square in the center of Berlin. It is near Berlin’s Lindenstrasse and can be reached by subway. The traffic is convenient. The square is surrounded by three main buildings, each in a classical architectural style. The museum also has two arch-style cathedrals. The two churches on the left and right are basically the same in shape, forming a symmetrical layout. Standing in them feels quite shocking.
It is so calm there, you can feel yourself live in the history.
The square is not big, the key is we were going to visit the department store around it
Gendarmenmarkt (also known as "Gendarmerie Square") is one of the most beautiful squares in Europe and a must-visit place for tourists. The square is surrounded by German cathedrals, French cathedrals and concert halls. It is beautiful, harmonious, and lingering. The day we arrived was the day before the Ascension Day and Father's Day, and the square was setting up a stage for the next day's activities. We visited the exterior of the German Cathedral, the French Cathedral and the Berlin Concert Hall. There are performances in the concert hall, like rehearsals, which can be watched through the glass outside the door. The concert hall is very luxurious, but you cannot take pictures. The buildings and sculptures in the square are beautiful and exquisite.
Gendarmenmarkt is one of the most culturally characteristic squares in Europe. In the center of the square stands a statue of the famous German writer Schiller, behind which is a neoclassical concert hall. The two sides of the concert hall are the German Cathedral and the French Cathedral, built to commemorate the Reformation and the persecuted French Protestants, full of a rich historical and cultural atmosphere.