Walk along Berlin's exciting streets and visit the remains of the the wall, that once separated West and East Berlin.
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For almost 30 years Berlin was surrounded by a wall and Germany was divided in two halfs - an unique situation in the history.
Our tour starts at Brandenburg gate as a symbol of separation and reunification. By "goost underground", we go on to the "Palace of Tears" at the well-known checkpoint Friedrichstraße.
We go on to Bernauer Straße, known for spectacular escapes out of the windows or through escape tunels. Walking the former border control line (called dead-line) - belonging to the Wall memorial - to a foto-board of the 136 wall victims in Berlin.
From Tuesdays to Fridays, each day there is a small service for one of the victims in the Chapel of Consiliation.
In the documentation center with foto- film- and pressmaterial you can e.g. learn how unhuman they once prepared the Wall.
You need a ticket for the public transport. We can help you with chosing the right ticket and with buying it.
• Tickets for public transport
Brandenburg gate (Tuesday to Saturday at 10.30am and on arrangement). The tour in english will start up from 5 Person. We will inform you via mobil about the number of the participants one day before.
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