Take a tour of Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church in Berlin, Germany – part of the World’s Greatest Attractions travel video series by GeoBeats. WWII took a heavy toll on Berlin, and that war is central to its identity. Though the city was quite damaged in the fighting, it has rebuilt into a thriving metropolis. Both the past and the present are captured by the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church. The original church was finished in 1906, but was mostly destroyed in a raid in 1943. The damaged building remains as a memorial and a new church was finished in 1963. The four-building complex surrounds, but does not hide, the scars of the past.