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It is worth visiting this museum when you are in the Seelow area or if you are interested and in Berlin. The staff is exceptionally friendly and passionate and the information, especially the cinema with physical map with lighting effects, very informative.
I visited this museum whilst I was on a driving tour of Germany and was interested in seeing Seelow Heights what with its significance to the second world war.
The man who was in charge of the museum was very friendly and helpful in pointing...More
Always had a bit of a fascination with the Eastern Front in WW2 and so have always fancied getting to this museum. Not well signposte from the middle of town some research is advised rather than just head for Seelow and follow the signs -...More
If you are a true history aficionado, especially when it concerns World War II, then this museum is for you. This museum commemorates the battle between the German and Russian soldiers before the final battle in Berlin that ended the war. It is very interesting...More
Small museum (just one room) with information about the battle of Berlin that started here. There was also a small cinema room where we could watch an interesting film about the last months of the WW2. Amazing that You still could buy museum-postcards from the...More
On the museum yard, military equipment of the Russian Red Army dating from ca 1945 is exhited. There also is a (too) huge monument of a Red Army soldier and a cementary.
Inside the museum you get a good overview of the battle of the...More
Outside is some old DDR/Russian equipment shown, inside the small museum is a good overview of the battle shown.
The movie is a must do, it gives an excellent overview over the last major battle of WWII in Europe.
Going outside one enters the old...More
I have visited this site many times. Recently they revised much of the museum, including English language information panels that were lacking before. Though the artifact collection on display is not large, there are many interesting items. The museum film is a good, rather poignant...More