or Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church is one of Berlin's most renown landmarks.
All that remains is a single damaged tower, yet it stands as a symbol
of Berlin's determination to rebuild the city after WWII and the destruction
of that war. While nearly all of the Kaiser-Wilhelm-Gedächtniskirche
was flattened by a bomb, as was much of Berlin, this beautiful mosaic
This key, bearing the face of Kaiser Wilhelm II, also survived the cathedral
bombing of 1943.