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2 weeks ago
“Not worth a long trip, but a moving & interesting place”
3 weeks ago
“Great sense of history. Subtly done.”
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Der Platz befindet sich auf dem Gelände des ehemaligen Grenzübergangs in der Bornholmer Staße. Hier fiel 1989 die Berliner Mauer, wodurch sich über Nacht die ganze Welt verändert hat.
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Bornholmer Str. 72, 10439 Berlin, Germany
Prenzlauer Berg
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

It is on the outskirts of the city, so not worth a long trip, but if you are in the area, then go. You see part of the Wall, and a nice series of panels with emotional pictures and text explaining German history and how...More

Thank Eric C
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I visited here as I have some interest in history and also because it gets referenced in 'Where are we now?' by David Bowie. I was really glad I did. It's worth the trek out of town. There are some very simple memorial information plaques...More

Thank PlanetByTrain
Reviewed October 18, 2016

Named after the day when it became free for the East-germans to travel. There are a small exhibition here that tells the story about the day. Bösebrücke was the first border to be opened for the East-germans. Under the bridge there are a small park...More

Thank Bo K
Reviewed September 29, 2016 via mobile

Unexpected for this neighborhood. Great pub atmosphere without all the noise. They also have food. Great outside seating.

Thank justinehresman
Reviewed June 4, 2016

Get off the S-bahn at Bonholmer Strasse and take the exit on your left. A very short walk brings you to the place where border guards first allowed East Berliners to cross freely to the West on 9 November 1989. A section of the wall...More

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Reviewed February 20, 2016

Having just read "The Accidental Opening of the Berlin Wall" by Elise Sarotte, I wanted to see the old Berlin Wall crossing point at Bornholmer Strasse, which is described at length in various points of the book. There were interviews with some of the first...More

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Reviewed September 1, 2014 via mobile

This is another living memorial to a divided Berlin. Thankfully Berlin kept so much of life before the wall came down intact. It makes it easier for people to understand the enormity of living in a city divided by a wall where life changes dramatically...More

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Prenzlauer Berg
No Berlin neighborhood has undergone a greater change
than Prenzlauer Berg. The artists and non-conformists
that defined the district’s intriguing subculture in
the 1980s and 90s have been replaced by a young, hip
crowd that frequents the many cafes. Where there were
once run-down houses in the shadow of the Berlin Wall,
there are now designer shops. Beautiful old homes have
been modernized and renovated, and on Sundays,
...More
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