The Reichstag is the seat of the German Parliament in Berlin. It is situated south of the Central Station and north of the Brandenburger Gate. The building was designed by Paul Wallot and constructed in Neo-Renaissance style. After it was completed in 1894 it was the home of the Reichstag until 1933. That year the building was severely damaged in a fire, later it suffered more damage during the Second World War.
After the reunification of Germany in 1990, the Reichstag was completely renovated by the British architect Norman Foster. In 1999 it became the home of the modern German parliament, the Bundestag.