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Berlin Wall Exhibit

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scottofhawaii wrote a review Apr 2021
Honolulu, Hawaii6746 contributions1041 helpful votes
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...of my youth and Army time in Germany. Very informative information panels reminded me of how the world was when I was younger. I had arrived in Germany about a year after the wall fell and was in a unit that was located near the Fulda Gap: the expected Soviet invasion route. The Wall coming down was a happy time for Germany and most of the world, but for American Army soldiers it was still bit of a tense era, especially with the Gulf War on the horizon. My time in Germany and the Wall coming down was sort of a personal "end of an era" as well. My dad passed while I was there, and I came back to the States very much never wanting to return. I received a hardship discharge from the military and wouldn't go back to active duty until 9/11. I liked being at this display very much. Being there brought back intense memories for me.
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Date of experience: April 2021
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aspoe093 wrote a review Mar 2021
Pierre, South Dakota231 contributions73 helpful votes
As a history lover I loved going to this. Brought my whole family and read all the signs and explained to them what was going on and happening. Takes about 15 mins to walk through and read all the signs. Very informative and cool little piece of history. Right next to the Civic Center so if you are going there might as well stop and check this out.
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Date of experience: March 2021
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GavinGoesPlaces wrote a review Oct 2020
New York City, New York119 contributions23 helpful votes
A surprising find in Rapid City. Interesting to stop, see it in person and read the signage. Well presented.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Amy m wrote a review Oct 2020
Lebanon, Ohio56 contributions14 helpful votes
I’m not. A history buff but since we were in rapid for a few days I wanted to see the exhibit. We were the only ones there and it could have been missed as it’s in an unassuming location but it is really worth seeing in my opinion. And it’s free.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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lucycan wrote a review Aug 2020
Minneapolis, MN2630 contributions1168 helpful votes
Surprisingly there are quite a few places in the US that you can see remains of the Berlin Wall. This is one of them. Some nice articles that explain what the wall was and its history.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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