Directly at the East Side Gallery , the longest surviving section of the wall, in the former death strip, is the “ The Wall Museum Berlin “. In the former mill store, which was also used as a border post in the GDR era, the years 1945 – 1990 are thematized in 13 themed rooms with original film recordings.
The audiovisual exhibition spans a dramatic arc from the division of Germany and the construction of the Berlin Wall, through the Cold War and the fate of the victims of the Wall, to the significant events that caused the fall of the Berlin Wall.
A must for anyone who wants to understand one of the most decisive historical events in German history.
Exciting, stirring and emotional!
For groups of 10 or more people, a witness meeting can be booked on request at “The Wall Museum Berlin”.
The Wall Museum Berlin also fits well as a program item before visiting the School disco D-Light in Berlin just around the corner.
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