The Reichstag building in Berlin, Germany with the Reichstag dome.
Constructed by Norman Foster.
The Reichstag dome is the iconic large glass dome at the top of the
building. The dome has a 360 degree view of the surrounding Berlin
cityscape. The main hall of the parliament below can also be seen from
the cupola, and natural light from above radiates down to the
parliament floor. A large sun shield tracks the movement of the sun
electronically and blocks direct sunlight which might blind those
below. Construction work was finished in 1999 and the seat of
parliament was transferred to the Reichstag in April of that year. The
dome is open to anyone without prior registration, although the
waiting queues can be very long, especially in summer.