I was heading north from my office in Mitte, when I stumbled upon this very tall yet quiet church. I saw the door was open, and upon approaching it, I saw the sign saying entrance was free, so I decided to check it out.
It turned out to be the Friedrichswerdersche Kirche, a neo-Gothic church, which now functions as a sculpture gallery for 19-century sculpture. The tall structure is a very commanding presence in Werderscher Markt. I entered, and sure enough, I decided to take pictures.
This is the look of the exterior. It is very tall, and dominating.
I loved how the church was maintained. As much as this was an old structure, the interior is well-maintained, and the woodwork is definitely restored. The sculpture inside are well-arranged that one doesn’t feel overwhelmed. I don’t know much about sculpture, so I just took photos, as usual. I took more photos than I am showing here, as I decided to show just the few that I thought were better than the rest.
Enjoy the photos.