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The Auswärtiges Amt is the foreign ministry of Germany, and is responsible for both its foreign politics and its relationship with the European Union. The seat of the ministry is at the Werderscher Markt square in the historic centre of Berlin-Mitte. This new wing was designed by architects Thomas Müller and Ivan Reimann. It was built from 1997 to 1999 and houses the visitors centre, cafeteria, library and offices of the United Nations.