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Berlin Wall Memorial

5.00 of 5 Top10Points

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Bernauer Straße was the border between the districts of Wedding (West) and Mitte (East).

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History of the Berlin Wall

4.94 of 5 Top10Points

Foto: Anette Wolff | Stiftung Berliner Mauer

The central Berlin Wall Memorial on Bernauer Straße shows the permanent exhibition "1961 | 1989. The Berlin Wall".

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Exhibition "GrenzErfahrungen" at the Tränenpalast

4.88 of 5 Top10Points

Foto: Axel Thünker | Stiftung Haus der Geschichte

The Tränenpalast ("Palace of Tears") near Bahnhof Friedrichstraße is home to the permament exhibition "GranzErfahrungen", giving an insight into the day-to-day life of a country divided in two.

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Allied Forces Museum

4.65 of 5 Top10Points

Foto: Alliierten Museum | Chodan

The Allied Forces Museum on Zehlendorf's Clay-Allee illustrates the history of the western allies in Berlin. From the end of World War II, over the Berlin Air Lift to Checkpoint Charlie - all this and more are to be discovered there.

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Exhibition under the Holocaust Memorial with Field of Stelae

4.50 of 5 Top10Points

Foto: Marko Priske

The Holocaust memorial close to the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin is visited by tens of people daily. But only few of the Berliners and tourists know that there is a free exhibition under the Holocaust Memorial.

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Brandenburg Gate Museum

4.44 of 5 Top10Points

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Brandenburg Gate Museum shows - virtually in fast motion - more than 300 years of the history in Berlin in a 20-minute multimedia presentation, very close to the Brandenburg Gate directly at Pariser Platz.

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Wall Memorial Parliament of Trees

3.53 of 5 Top10Points

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The monument "Parliament of Trees" was created by artist Ben Wargin in 1990 and commemorates the people who died on the Berlin Wall.

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Günter Litfin Memorial

3.50 of 5 Top10Points

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This memorial site commemorates the victims of gunfire and barbed wire at the Berlin Wall and is named after Günter Litfin, the first victim of precision shooting at the Wall.

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Peter Fechter Memorial

3.25 of 5 Top10Points

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His tragic death converted Peter Fechter into a symbol. He was shot in 1962 when trying to climb across the Wall.

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White Crosses

2.50 of 5 Top10Points

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The white crosses are commemorating those who lost their lives trying to overcome the GDR border fortifications to escape from East Germany.

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