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NS-Dokumentationszentrum München, Munich

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4.3/5 based on 190+ reviews on the web
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  • Documentation centre in a historic location in the former Center of power of the Nazi party, media technology and visually very well prepared and an excellent destination for the younger generation. Also research about the era of national socialism is possible.
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  • The information is very good and systematically built up. With the help of the audio guides, which I strongly suggest the visitors, you can have a very well on the show.
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  • This very modern museum is built on the former Brown House, former HQ of the NSDAP Party. It tells the terrific story of the rise of this party in Germany, more specifically in Bavaria, and the horror...  read more »
  • Very thorough museum with tons of interesting and unique material that I've not seen before. There's a lot of reading involved (English available throughout), so be ready to spend a lot of time here if you plan on seeing it all.
  • If you like history or would just want to know more about one of the darkest times mankind has gone through, you need to visit this!
  • To much to read It could have more interactiv features
  • Excellent in all languages and they explain very well the roll of the city during the time of national socialism, the people of the Museum is very atebta and are open to dialogue
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  • The new history museum was built on the former Nazi Party national headquarters site in 2015.  By using the method of process of Munich said the capital of the Nazi movement from the perspective of ordinary citizens why was accepted to the Nazi dictator based on Hitler who struggle with the Communist Party and the labor movement through power acquired the new exhibition as described, very easy to understand. We feel the difference between Germany and Japan Museum such as that do not have facilities there. Old Reich Chancellery, as well as facilities around the remains of Nazi-related buildings are concentrated. I went to the Munich Museum you want to visit during the tour.
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