Germany Turned Its Lights Out
200 buildings in Berlin, the capital of Germany, will not be illuminated at night to save energy.
After the increase in gas and electricity prices in Berlin, the capital of Germany, many public buildings will not have lights on at night to save energy. Many buildings that reveal the historical texture of the city will no longer be illuminated at night.
It was decided not to turn on the lights of Berlin Dom Church, Lustgarten, Reiterstandbild Friedrich II Unter den Linden and Zeughaus, which are among the most famous and touristic buildings of Berlin.