Profile St. Elisabeth is a place where history remains tangible. A free space for the most diverse arts and artists, which this church in the middle of the city reveals: a place of artistic development, improvisation, concentration and dialogue between culture and church. A focus is on performances of old and contemporary music and modern music/speech and dance theater, as well as exhibitions of current art and, above all, experimental projects with a combination of different genres and forms of design. Outside, the likewise listed church park - a green gem in Berlin-Mitte - invites visitors to linger. History of the building In 1835, the Rosenthaler Vorstadt received its own place of worship "for the moral elevation of the circumstances", built by Karl Friedrich Schinkel in the "antique style" by order of King Friedrich Wilhelm III (1770-1840). The church, renovated in 1935 for the centennial celebration, burned down completely in 1945. After St. Elisabeth had remained in ruins for almost 50 years, it was secured in 1991 and since 1999 has been restored with funds from the German Foundation for Monument Protection, the State Monument Office, the program for urban monument protection and private donations. Rooms & Capacities Church room 315 sqm, to the right and left of the apse in each case a sacristy (20 sqm), anteroom 30 sqm with 2 WC, gallery (only for technology/participants), wheelchair ramp on the right side, no heating, but external heating possible. Additional WC and rooms in the villa next door (e.g. as artists' dressing rooms or for catering return). Max. 350 persons seated or 400 persons standing, banquet seating approx. 200 persons. No parking on the premises. Delivery zonn available.
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