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Berliner DomBerliner Dom
Berlin, Germany

Built in 1905, this impressive basilica has been called the "Protestant St. Peter's." The crypt contains tombs of Prussian royals and you can climb up to the dome.

Bode MuseumBode Museum
Berlin, Germany

Founded in 1904, the Bode Museum contains a wealth of art and artifacts from the Byzantine and Medieval periods, primarily from Germany, the Netherlands, Italy, France and Spain.

Government Offices Great George Street (Her Majesty's Treasury)Government Offices Great George Street (Her Majesty's Treasury)
London, England, UK

Begun in 1898, this massive Baroque-Revival building houses Her Majesty's Treasury, various other government offices, and the Churchill War Rooms. It was from a small balcony on the east facade that Churchill greeted jubilant crowds gathered in Whitehall on V-E Day.