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... and walking up the path that curves around the outside edge of the glass dome. The headphones pick up where you are on the dome and talk about what you can see at that point. It was informative, interesting and had some great views of Berlin and and some points you could see the blue seats below that the politicians sit in.
After completing the circuit to the top of the dome and down again we then worked around the base of the dome where there were photographs tracing ...
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Places of Interest:
Memorial and Museum Sachsenhausen (Straße der Nationen 22, 16515 Oranienburg)
East Side Gallery (Mühlenstraße, 10243 Berlin)
Checkpoint Charlie (Friedrichstraße 43-45, 10117 Berlin)
Topography of Terror (Niederkirchnerstraße 8, 10963 Berlin)
... extermination (Room of Sites).
The perpetrators were Germans. Other than in the initial description of the events leading up to Hitler’s rise, you never see the term National Socialist or Nazi. No attempt is made to down-play or excuse the horror visited by Germany and Germans on Europe and particularly eastern and southeastern Europe from the late '30’s until 1945. That Jews were rounded up from across Europe, from the ...
... around Berlin to decide where we'd want to go back to during the next few days. This was such a good way to familiarise ourselves with the city; we all knew bits and bobs about Berlin but on the whole our knowledge was a bit patchy so it provided a much-needed introduction. Later that afternoon, after the bus tour which had raised so many questions, we visited the Berlin Historical Museum. Our bus tour ticket gave us free entry here and it was a great museum, small but ...
... tour, but Tarek strongly recommended visiting the ‘beehive’ – the dome of the rebuilt Reichstag. It’s thought that Hitler was behind burning the Reichstag to the ground in 1933, so he could blame it on the communists to create the crisis which allowed him to seize power and pass laws which made him a dictator. The Reichstag sat as an empty burned-out shell until the fall of the Berlin wall. It has been restored and reopened in ...