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German-Russian Museum Berlin-Karlshorst, Berlin

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  • If you're looking for stories about Berlin's conquest 2. The World War II. This place was the Conqueror or the eyes of the Russians. Worth experiencing mailmansodasta. S3 train Karlshorstiin. Walk or take the bus in the Karlshorst assalta kilsa.
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  • German Russian Museum Berlin-Karlshorst. It is a bit remote, but it's worth to see this Museum a trip. In 3 floors it is possible the history see the end of the war, the struggle and how it was after the war. The Museum creates spaces at the historic site of the unconditional surrender of the Wehrmacht on 8 May 1945 for a critical examination of history and memory, for education, encounter and understanding between Germans and Russians. Never before have been more people killed in a war and greater destruction done. This applies in particular to the conquest and extermination war, the German Empire waged since June 22, 1941 against the Soviet Union. • At the same time it is a historical place. On the site where the former pioneer school stood and stands, this military site became the residential Park. It should be also around the House and something on the site. I had done a tour with a group and that was very interesting to hear about this story and you learn more and more. Public guided tour, Sunday, 3: 00, free of charge, without an appointment. Opening hours Tuesday-Sunday: 10 to 18: 00, closed on Mondays and it's free. This exhibition is versatile, with objects, films, sound, many photos, explains well also in Russian. The new design was completed 3 years ago, and there is also a small car park. There are also several different events like on May 8, 1945: remembering the peace the war in Europe at the historical site, Museum Festival the war in Europe. The Kadam-Wright Museum celebrating day surrender traditionally with a fixed with discussion, ceremony, film, music and food. You can make there too remember photos, so the camera. An elevator is also for wheelchair users and that the stairs would rise, exist. As well as lockers for bags and jackets. It there is much to see, so please bring the time.
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  • Was in the getaway and have seen me several museums. Of all great exhibitions impressed. Here also a deep sense of the past! For the first time saw the story from Russian point of view.
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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.