Cemeteries

Friedhofskapelle Cathedral Cemetery I
Liesenstraße 6, 10115 Berlin
Established in 1830, the Liesenstraße Cemetery is among the most historically and culturally significant burial places in the German capital. The cemetery is surrounded by walls on three sides and bordered by historic burial places along the walls. The neo-Gothic cemetery chapel was renovated in the mid-1990s and is used for funeral services.
Despite heavy damage caused by the course of the Berlin Wall, the cemetery’s park-like grounds constitute an exceptional location, even in their present condition.

 

 

 

Friedhof_240.jpg Cathedral Cemetery II
Müllerstraße 72/73, 13349 Berlin
The second cemetery was established in 1870. Next to the cemetery chapel, a memorial stone bears the names and working periods of all of the Cathedral’s pastors. Here, one finds several honorary graves for important Berlin figures, as well as preserved landmark burial monuments along the walls. Several Cathedral pastors are buried in this cemetery, including Ernst von Dryander. The main alley is decorated with a stone cross that is taller than human height.

Contact to the cemetery administration

 

Contact to the cemetery administration