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Dutch Embassy

Botschaft des Königreichs der Niederlande

The Dutch Embassy in Berlin The new Dutch Embassy - or Embassy of the Kingdom of The Netherlands to give it its official name - is located in the former East Berlin by the side of the River Spree.

Completed in 2003, the embassy was designed by Rotterdam architect Rem Koolhaas. It takes the form of a glass cube 27 metres on each site, creating enough space for the building to be constructed in the form of a free-standing villa complete with garden and reception courtyard. Inside it has eight floors, which are linked in such a way that they create a total of 24 levels connected by a spiralling hall.

Klosterstraße 50
(030) 20956-0
Mon. - Fri. 09:00-12:30

Klosterstraße (Station) (0.2 km), Angolan Embassy (0.2 km), Märkisches Museum (0.3 km), Bear Pit (Bärenzwinger) (0.3 km), Märkisches Museum (Station) (0.3 km), Turkish Embassy (0.4 km), Jannowitzbrücke (Station) (0.4 km), Nigerian Embassy (0.5 km), Rotes Rathaus (Red City Hall) (0.5 km)