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East Side Gallery

16,535 Reviews

East Side Gallery

16,535 Reviews
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Muehlenstrasse 3-100 Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg, 14167 Berlin Germany
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Schlesisches TorBerlin U-Bahn7 min
Warschauer StraßeBerlin U-Bahn9 min
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Discover Berlin Half-Day Walking Tour

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See many of Berlin's most important landmarks and highlights, with informative commentary from your guide, on this half-day walking tour of Mitte. Learn insider information on the German city's different eras, stretching from modern times back through the Cold War, Nazi, Imperial, and Prussian time periods. Other stops on this jam-packed guided tour include Checkpoint Charlie, the Holocaust Memorial, the rebuilt Reichstag, Brandenburg Gate, and the Berlin Wall.
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lillukkainen wrote a review Nov 2020
Raahe26 contributions17 helpful votes
Part of tragic history is now an art gallery. Tje works of various artists remind us about the past. Mixed feelings seeing the "dead zone" between the walls, how near yet so far people have been from each other and living completely different kinds of lives.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Julie C wrote a review Nov 2020
Kent, United Kingdom371 contributions115 helpful votes
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We visited on an incredibly rainy day, but it did not dampen our enthusiasm! Seeing the history and the art work was moving, and it is well worth the travel to get to it. There is also the beautiful Oberbaum bridge nearby. Be aware part of it is covered in building hoarding, but only a small section.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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Big G wrote a review Oct 2020
Stalham, United Kingdom21 contributions44 helpful votes
This is such a historic part of the city but I was disappointed. Part of the viewing is disrupted by a building that is being renovated which will not complete until well into 2021 so there is scaffolding over and around this part. Further along the remants of the wall can be appreciated with some fine art but also some graffiti like content.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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daniella wrote a review Oct 2020
Riga, Latvia3 contributions3 helpful votes
A must see in Berlin. It has all these incredible and famous art graffitis, and the history of this wall makes you stop and think for a moment.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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NickofSurrey wrote a review Oct 2020
Surrey, United Kingdom558 contributions116 helpful votes
Read this was worth a visit-the eastern side of a section of the Berlin Wall, decorated by artists after the fall of the wall in 1989.This was as a statement, given that prior to the fall, to damage the eastern side meant prison. Took the S7 (S-bahn) to Warschauer, came out and turned left, and it is a short walk (and the blue signs high up on the lamp post direct you). The first few pictures had been graffited. It was mediocre on the whole and not worth a special effort. Behind this wall was a lovely stretch of The river Spree and a really nice bridge.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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