Very close to DeutschAkademie Berlin at Wittenbergplatz you can visit a famous building. Kaiser Wilhelm GedächtnisKirche is called Kaiser Wilhelm Church. It is broken but not rebuilt for historical reason.
The foundation-stone of the old church was laid on March 22nd, 1891. (Emperor Wilhelm I´s birthday) September 1st, 1895 (Sedan Day): opening of the old church. Architect: Schwechten. Damaged on December 23rd, 1943 and completely destroyed in air-raids in April 1945.
The foundation-stone of the new church was laid on May 9th, 1959 Topping-out ceremony: December 16th, 1960 Consecration of the bells: July 19th, 1961 Consecration of the new church: December 17th, 1961, by Bishop Otto Dibelius Architect: Prof. Dr. Egon Eiermann, Karlsruhe Completion of the Foyer and Chapel in December 1963. (ref.
You could go inside when it opens. How about visiting there and understanding the history of Germany?