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Berlin's interactive museum with a hands-on exhibition about the GDR, the socialist Germany behind the Berlin Wall.
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Museum with interactive exhibits on everyday life in the GDR before German reunification.
The DDR Museum is unique, extraordinary and one of the most visited museums in Berlin. See the everyday life of a past state.
My favourite Museum in Berlin. With original stuff from DDR. However, ALWAYS queueing!
Entertaining museum of GDR time with many objects, products and furniture from this period.
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