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When World War I came to an end revolution hit Berlin. But even when the storm of the political revolution had blown over, change was in the air.
If you are new to the city and you want to get an overview this tour will suit you well. At the same time you get an inside view because your guide is a local!
Let's have a look at the backsites. Places tourists usually dont see we show.
Berlin's very diverse history has created a mixture of many different styles. We show them and tell the stories behind.
Much of Hitlers Berlin is gone. What is left tells much about this wicked time in Berlin. We know where to go...
Communism is gone but ist heritage remains. Visible traces we show (e.g. the Berlin wall) invisible we tell.
In 1936 the Nazis established the concentration camp Sachsenhausen, about half an hour north of Berlin, as one of the main labor camps on German grounds.
Next to sparkling Berlin the Nazis built one of their model-camps where they trained their guard. This tour is an experience!
The tour leads to places of the end in 1945. The guide will be an expert explaing military aspects as well as he will tell the stories of the civilians.
Our tour locates the traces of its history, from Moses Mendelssohn to the Pogrom of 1938.
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