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Nothing much to see here anymore.
Worth a visit just to make future watching of war documetaries more interesting.
Located only a few metres from the Holocaust museum in a car park on the way to the shopping centre "Mall of Berlin"
The bunker from where Hitler directed the second world war during its final days and where he finally committed suicide is now an ordinary parking lot. A signboard is the only reminder of its historical significance.
So how do you stop people who sympathise with fascism to turn the place where Hitler killed himself into a shrine?
Turn it into a car park is the answer.
We visited this ordinary car park on the free walking tour and some of us...More
As others have stated, there isn't much here other than the sign with some additional info, but given that the site was very close to our hotel and other attractions we wanted to walk by. Very interesting to see how things have evolved since that...More
I gave this 4 stars more for the historical importance of the location than for what is actually there now. I remember looking over this area before the reunification. It was a "no man's land" adjacent to The Wall and at one time had been...More
There is only an information board explaining about the bunker - nothing else to see as it is now a car park. I like the fact that this hasn’t been turned into an attraction, just be aware that there’s very little there so not worth...More
This is the site where Hitler killed himself. Although it was in the bunkers below the parking lot that currently stands and there is no markings of this except a sign, it is still a historic site to walk past on your way to the...More
This is worth a visit in passing. There is nothing physically to see of the bunker but the information board if you take a few min to look at it shows the size it was by using nearby buildings to show how big it would...More