Jun 15 - Jan 1 2021
Ruschestraße 103, Haus 1, Lichtenberg
Few moments in history stick in the mind with quite as much meaning as the fall of the Berlin Wall. It was the end of one world, the beginning of another, the final dying embers of communism giving way to a new era of freedom, or something along those lines. This open-air exhibition on the site of the former Stasi headquarters is especially poignant, as it focuses on those East Germans who defended themselves and their freedom in the face of totalitarianism. This exhibition features a huge range of photographs, posters and documents, along with many films, telling the tale of that fateful time. An audio guide is available at the visitors centre to accompany visitors through the exhibition.