The Paul-Löbe Haus is a legislative building in Berlin next to the Reichstag. It is named after the former President of the Reichstag who later became the oldest MP in the first German Bundestag. It houses MPs’ offices, meeting rooms and the main visitors’ office. Especially striking is the glass facade on the west side. The Paul-Löbe Haus is part of the government buildings in the heart of Berlin, which form a “Federal Ribbon” across the river Spree known as the „Band des Bundes“, symbolically connecting East and West.