This small museum, located directly next to the Friedrichstraße S-bahn station, offers a wonderfully detailed look into post-WWII Berlin. Filled with not only many first hand accounts, artifacts and personal videos, the museum does a pretty good job recounting the political history, which for some foreigners (like me) can be a bit confusing at times. Also very interesting, is the fact that the actual building that houses the museum was where the actual passport checking and family reunifications happened, and in some of the old photos and videos you can see people being reunited on the very spot you might be standing on. AND IT'S ALL FREE!
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