Deutsch-Russisches Museum Berlin-Karlshorst, Berlin

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  • Who will be in Berlin and that the memory of the second world war, don't miss this museum. Entrance is free of charge. It is here that Marshal Zhukov signed the Treaty with the Germans about their surrender, i.e. the full victory of the Soviet Union over Germany. That surprises me in this museum that the Germans indeed long to close, because it tells of their defeat, but they do not. On the street there are not a large number of military guns and tank, children very interesting going on this technique. The Museum is not large in size, 1.5 hours is enough that all the good view and imbued with the atmosphere of those years.
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  • You can not come to Berlin and not visit this Museum for those seeking traces of what happened during World War II. For fans purchasing Council of 1933-1945 PAST FINDER BERLIN great guide explaining the Nazi Germany and its ends promptly through a punctual around Berlin area. The German-Russian Museum is situated on the site of the Russian headquarters; the Russians demanded the surrender of the Germans after they had already surrendered to the allies at Reims in France. The Museum is a timely and accurate reconstruction of the Russian advance to Berlin ... it is true that the script is in Russian, German and English but the photo and video materials is quite clear and explanatory. The signing of the surrender, correlated with original documents and footage of the event is something unique; comes up with a clear, crisp. It can be reached from the Centre of Berlin by train + bus from the front door of the Museum. Don't players
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  • The Museum Berlin-Karlhorst is dedicated to Soviet occupation-or "liberation", whatever-in Germany. Is the exact location where the Germans surrendered to the Soviets on 8 May 1945. There are fed up with war material of the Russian optical and its victory over the Nazis. Situated in a nice neighborhood away from Berlin, is outside the circuit of the big museums, but I saw a lot of tourists there, especially middle and high school students. Open Tuesday to Sunday, between 10 and 6:00 pm, Museum Berlin standard time. Free entry. It is necessary to take subway (U5, Zoo station) and bus (line 296) to get there. Zwieseler Strasse 4, in Lichtenberg. Visit some 2 hours.
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  • Went there just now, spent 2 hours and another hour on sketching tanks. A must go for history fanatics no matter military or political. When you walk in the main hall, you will feel like you are in 1945!
  • Very interesting historic place with a very good documentary exhibit. Definitely worth a visit.
  • The museum is worth a visit. The fotos, videos, testimonies... all that give you a phantastic overview of the historical essentials previous to the WWII, the WWII and the aftermath of the WWII of Germany and Russia. It takes time until you digest the tragedy experienced on each corner of the museum.
  • The museum had great depiction of how the battle of Stalingrad went, and also great Russian weaponry on display.
  • Nice history museum for the ones that would like to have more informations about the relationship (good and bad) between Russia and Germany.