I can't believe this museum is free. It is such a good initiave to offer this information to the public for free in order to better understand how the political turmoil and manuvering of hitler's reign came to be. Many exhibitions about the Second World War leave you walking away asking "but how was this allowed to happen! How COULD this happen?!" The topography of terror comprehensively outlines how hitler and the nazi party consolidated his dictatorship and relatively quickly began his terryfing fascist reign and persecution of groups like the Jews, communists, gypsies and homosexuals. One tip though, though the open air exhibition outside is fantastic (outlines the year 1933), it'll tire you out to spend too long on it in the beating sun. When we got inside, which we didn't know also had a massive exhibition, we were pretty tired out. It's all worth looking at and reading, so budget time and energy so that you get to see it all.
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