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Deutsch-Deutsches Museum, Hof

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  • I was with my wife and a friendly couple German Lenz near Hof Museum today in the German. Admission to the Museum is relatively inexpensive at three euros per person, you can start the tour of the Museum, which is divided into different buildings, with a roughly 20-minute film about the village of Mödlareuth showing an exciting Originlaufnahmen from a time that once was. The museum displays a small exhibition about life on both sides and behind the "iron curtain" and has many cars, trucks, and even a BG chopper are in a converted barn. In the outdoor parking lot, you will be greeted tank of an original Russian T-34, 1944 actively fought as built in the 2.Weltkrieg. The whole thing is still originalen border with a several hundred meters long original piece of the Berlin wall and various backup completed installations of the NVA. We have on the way from Bavaria towards Saxony here rest made, I want to the exhibition any history buffs recommend. It is located just a few minutes from the A9. It is worth also for non german speaking visitors, because many exhibits in English are explained. If you like my rating or helped, I am very pleased that press the 'Like' button!
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  • Graphic shows the history of the Division of Germany on the basis of preserved and worn together elements of the installation of the inner German border. However, you should book a guided tour as many explanations are missing. Recommended if one is in the area.
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  • The village of Mödlareuth also shared during the Division of Germany makes vividly clear, but actually what madness was the spiked wall with their murderous fortifications. Just because this small village in no man's land - during our visit we were the only interested parties – does it so depressing. Unlike z.B to Checkpoint Charlie in Berlin, where there is always a big tourist hustle and bustle or feel the East Side Gallery with the appearance of their performance here grey in grey and without bright colors actor dressed up for Selfies as policeman, without other distractions as contempt this demarcation and thus separation from friends, families, lovers really was.
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  • Impressive exhibition, very neutral presentation of the facts. But maybe there should be, as a part of the museum, a place to remember the victims of the border too.
  • I love Moedlareuth because that is where I grew up.
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  • A very graphic representation of segregation during the Cold War. A small village divided by the Iron Curtain. It remains as it was. Excellent.
  • way to go - you could however new with some more love and passion live help. an important pieces of german-German history!
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