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Stasi Museum

1,720 Reviews

Stasi Museum

1,720 Reviews
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Ruschestrasse 103 House 1, 10365 Berlin Germany
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This museum gives a fascinating and detailed insight into the Stasi people , victims methods and operations . The lady doing the tour was fascinating and spoke very good English . Everyone who wants an insight into the absolute corruption of a totalitarian communist state should
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On a beautiful sunny day in Berlin I decided to walk over to East Berlin to visit both the Stasi Museum and the Stasi prison (See Separate review) which compliment each other perfectly to give an overall view of this oppressive communist DDR regime. The museum is located in
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Mostly brilliantly laid out, preserved, restored, explained. There's so much of interest to see and read here. You get a real sense of some of the people who ran the Stasi and what very ordinary horror it and they perpetrated. If there is a problem with the museum it is that it
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This museum tells the stories of the employees of the STASI and their methods of monitoring their own people. Combined with the STASI archive, which tells the stories of some of those monitored and interrogated, this gives a great understanding of the role of STASI in East
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A very good museum, show the true nature of how things went on behind the iron curtain ine east Germany. Exhibition is detailed. Better to take a guided tour, free, in German or English.
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