- If you have embarked on a walk in the government district, you certainly won't miss these amazing two buildings adjacent to the Reichstag and located on both sides of the Spree river. They are connected by a bridge above the river and were completed at the same time in 2001 under the direction of German architect Stephan Braunsfeld. The Paul-Löbe Haus, named after an influential political figure who remained president of the Reichstag for many years, houses 1000 offices for the members of parliament. The Marie-Elisabeth Lüders Haus is home to the parliamentary library and was named in honor of a leading representative of the women's movement in Germany.
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