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House of Mary-Elisabeth Luders – building, part of the Federal Ribbon, located in the government quarter of Berlin. Connected by a bridge with Paul Loebe's house. The house, designed by architect Stefan Braunfels, was opened in December 2003. The building is named in honor of Maria-Elisabeth Luders, a liberal activist and activist of the women's movement in Germany.
In the western part of the building there is a scientific service center of the Bundestag, which includes, for example, a library whose fund contains 1.3 million volumes, an archive containing original documents on the history of the Bundestag and the Federal Republic of Germany, press documentation. A fragment of the Berlin Wall is also kept in the building. In addition, in the house of Mary Elizabeth there is a large hall where thematic commissions and committees meet.
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