When in the Tiergarten district, it's pretty hard to miss Heilandskirche as its 87m high spire stands out among the tree-lined avenues. Originally built in 1894, the church was badly damaged by bombs during World War II and so much of it had to be rebuilt in the years that followed. Now the church is home to an active congregation and to a range of musical and religious events. Curiously enough, the neighborhood boasts both the city's tallest spire and shortest street which is Thusnelda Allee.
- Nearest Train: Turmstrasse