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DDR Museum

Local name: DDR Museum

The DDR Museum is an institution dedicated to the documentation and presentation of everyday life in the former German Democratic Republic - a state formed in 1949, which ceased to exist in 1990 after the reunification of Germany. The museum presents a total of 300 thousand artifacts - everyday objects, furniture, clothes, cars. Everything can be touched, you can sit in an armchair, talk on the phone, look in the closets, read a newspaper.

The museum exhibition space has a total area of 1000 m2, divided into 35 different thematic areas. Reconstructed incl. a standard flat in a block of flats fully equipped, an interrogation room for the secret political police of Stasia, a games room and - in the form of a large model - a fragment of the Berlin Wall with a checkpoint with a watchtower and barbed wire fences.

The exhibition is equipped with numerous multimedia, and all texts and recordings are given in German and English. DDR Museum is the most-visited museum in Berlin by foreigners.


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    DDR Museum map
    Karl-Liebknecht-Straße 110178 Berlin , Germany