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Fuhrerbunker, Berlin

Categories: Historic Sites, Landmarks, Tourist Spots
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2.1/5 based on 220+ reviews on the web
Though once the site of Fuhrerbunker, the same ground is now a parking lot--and all you can see to indicate its past as the final headquarters of the Third Reich is a small sign explaining the history. Make a small detour off of Wilhelmstrasse to come where Hitler lived out his last days before committing suicide. Though there isn't much to see, many find it a heavy and thought-provoking venture. A memorial to the murdered Jews of Europe stands across the street. By using our Berlin travel itinerary planner, you can arrange your visit to Fuhrerbunker and other attractions in Berlin.
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  • If you are in this area, then why not visit. There is an informative notice board, and if you are interested in the history then it can quite surreal to think this is where Hiter died. Moments away fr...  read more »
  • Deliberately played down for obvious reasons, this is nothing more than an information board at the entrance to a car park. It is not particularly easy to find either - being omitted from the handy to...  read more »
  • Must see for those interested in contemporary history, don't expect to see him physically, but you will find an interesting memorial plaque that exerts as it was structured the bunker where Hitler committed suicide, it is assumed, and his wife Eva Braun on April 30 1945 as the Red Army was at the gates of the city. The story goes that the Soviets inspected the bunker in search of the body of Hitler and soon after was covered by them. Today in this area arise of civil houses and parking lots. The site is located in Gertrud-Colmar-Strasse just steps from the Memorial to the murdered Jews in Europe.
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  • Went here on a guided tour. Saw a dog do some business next to a parked car. It's a fitting monument considering the history! Part of me wonders if even a parking lot is too useful to properly memorialize this spot.
  • In 2014 FBI files where released and reported that Hitler escaped Berlin on April 21st 1945 to Argentina. An investigation was started by the CIA and they found lots of proof that Hitler indeed escaped from this bunker. Sinds Hitler did not die here makes this place less important i guess.
  • Only went for one day to Berlin. ..saw a lot ot of history of ww2...had a good time...
  • The original site has been removed and instead there's a plain (rather boring) residential parking lot. This was a decision made to prevent this place from becoming a refuge for nazi's. There's a little sign with some information on it and that's about it.
  • Nothing to see here. Move along. There was never a top secret nazi bunker here
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