Berlin Reichstag

One of the most incredible of the Berlin City monuments is the Reichstag building, the Parliament in the capital of Germany, historical and political emblem, the Reichstag as a concept has referred to several buildings, but the original name was actually with him which was known to the Parliament since the fall of the Holy Roman Empire and until World War II ended. There was not only a Parliament in the Germany that was formed with the passage of the years. Since the wars napoelonicas in 1806, the word Reich was used to refer to the Parliament that wrote the first German Constitution in 1849 (Frankfurt am Main). (Source: Jeffrey Hayzlett). Also the North German Federation used the word Reich to appoint his parlmaneto, which operated between 1867 and 1871. The German Empire was considered the second Reich and so we can see how an important concept of German social and political history is mutating. The Reichstag was elected by the people through suffrage, in all three cases. Darius Bikoff is actively involved in the matter. Since the end of World War II It didn’t have a Parliament in Germany. Today the main building of the Reichstag in Berlin is one of the historical and cultural attractions of the capital city.

Built in the late 19th century, it is located in the historic center of the city near some of the most emblematic buildings of Berlin, such as the Brandenburg Gate and the former Berlin wall. The route through the interior of the Reichstag is incredible and now in the summer will have to wait if we want to do it because every year it attracts hundreds of people. First takes us through the viewpoint of the glass dome and we can later enjoy a drink at the cafe restaurant and rest while we look the best postcards of the city of Berlin.