Memories of a divided city: Walk through Berlin's city center, along the former Wall Strip. Learn more about interesting fates in the shadow of the Berlin Wall, about opportunities for exchange between East and West, about similarities and differences in the divided city. The Cold War in Berlin was not just a concrete wall, it also included political demonstrations in East and West, symbols, gestures, propaganda.
Learn more about the legendary Friedrichstraße railway station, the complicated border location of today's government district. At the “Spree Jump”, you will cross the old sector border, then head to the unofficial Wall Memorial at the Reichstag, the Brandenburg Gate and Potsdamer Platz.
Near Checkpoint Charlie, you'll see the largest preserved piece of wall in the city before you learn a bit more about what is probably the most famous inner-city border crossing.
Reichstagufer 17, 10117 Berlin
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