Quite Emotive, interactive multimedia , remnant of actual wall still available Close to Tramline and bus stop
About Memorial of the Berlin Wall
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I was struck by the acceptance of graffitti by Germans, all over Germany. This seemed odd as Germans are organized and neat. In my city in the USA, graffiti stands for gangs and thugs (and some artists, but mostly gangs) and it is undesirable. In...More
This is a must see attraction. It was such a part of the city so it is great that they have left a part for everyone to experience at to remember what it represented.
The memorial has plenty to look at and read the stories of people who attempted and succeeded and failed to cross the wall. It was done in good taste. The site is clean and uncluttered and not commercialized. I had seen the wall when the...More
So, how to think about the recent German past..Nazi's and East Germany/Berlin, while basking in the glorious cultural achievements of "Germany" We had sort of planned to not try and combine the atrocities and the brilliance in the same trip. Hard to compartmentalize, I guess....More
Incredible place to visit. I remember when the wall came down, and it was very moving to see this place. See what has been preserved, and how the area is moving on as well. Don't miss out on this one.
this is a must do visit and will leave you wondering why ? how ? and can it all happen again ? there is a lot to learn here. there were a lot of people around but everyone moves quite quickly so don't be put...More
It was great to see they turned a sad memory into something beautiful and symbolizing the freedom that was acchieved
A powerful reminder of what was. Very well presented in an understandable, factual, un-emotional manner. The only question in our mind is...."Have we learned anything?"
I was here with a bicycle-guide (fat tire bike tour), who told some good history stuff about the wall and such. It was very interesting.