Berliner Dom, located in Berlin, Germany, is a major Protestant cathedral and the tallest building in Berlin’s historical old town. It is the largest church in the city, and was originally built in the middle of the city in 1454 as the main church of the Electorate of Brandenburg. The domed structure underwent a rebuild in the 1880s and is now a centerpiece of Berlin's skyline. Berliner Dom is dedicated to peace and houses the tombs of many former Prussian kings and German emperors. Its magnificent dome stands 207 feet high, with a 105 foot high tower above it. Its interior is beautifully decorated with intricate frescoes and impressive mosaiques completed by some of Germany's most notable artists from the 19th and 20th centuries. Visitors can enjoy awe-inspiring views of the city from the viewing platform at the top of the dome. The crypt is also a must-see for history buffs, housing the tombs of many former Prussian kings and German emperors. Berliner Dom is open from 7am to 8pm daily, and regular services are held in the summer months. Entrance fees to the Dom are 7€ for adults and reduced fees for students and children.