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Address: Wilhelmstrasse 77, Berlin, Germany
Recommended length of visit: <1 hour
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Great information plaque leaving the rest to your imagination

For a long time there never used to be a plaque here in all the years I have been visiting Berlin. When I was stationed here this area was behind the Berlin Wall and was off... read more

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We visited Berlin In December 2016 and booked an apartment near the Berlin Shopping Mall .From the Apartment windows we were overlooking a car park ,nothing unusual about that until I found a notice board stating that this was where Hitler's bunker was during WW2 .Another interesting site only a hundred yard's away is The Holocaust Jewish memorial A very... More 

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Reviewed 1 week ago

For a long time there never used to be a plaque here in all the years I have been visiting Berlin. When I was stationed here this area was behind the Berlin Wall and was off limits. Its a welcome addition now given how many tourists were wandering around the place after the fall of the Berlin Wall looking for... More 

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Hayward, California
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Reviewed 5 weeks ago

Worth a look as it's a short stroll from Pariser Platz....worth a look if your there. To war buffs, the vibe of standing on the spot may be present. Too bad they won't expose a portion purely for historical purposes but unfortunately too many possess an unfortunate taboo override.

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Denver, Colorado
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Reviewed 17 March 2017

It always amazes me that some tourists expect to actually see Hitler's bunker. This strange attraction is on the site of the former bunker - there is really nothing to see - it is a parking lot surrounded by apartments and sports a large sign with information about the former bunker - that's all. For history buffs it is interesting... More 

1 Thank denver60
Cluj-Napoca, Romania
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Reviewed 16 March 2017

There is not much to see, except a panel with some info on the Fuhrer Bunker, Right now it is destroyed and buried under a parking lot.

Thank Tataran M
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Reviewed 13 March 2017 via mobile

Very little to see apart an information board but it's a place of such significance and so easy to find, it's worth saying you've been there.

Thank JohnMorgan
Sofia, Bulgaria
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Reviewed 8 March 2017

Not much to see, yes. But it's interesting to go there, step on that same same ground and also witness the fact that today, it is a children's playground. Such irony...

Thank Russalia K
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Reviewed 19 February 2017 via mobile

Nothing to see. It is a parking lot with info board. Should be added something more. The place itself is a very historical and should be treated correspondingly.

Thank Tero K
Ballymena, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 15 February 2017 via mobile

Either have a full bunker museum or don't, but a sign in a car park??? It did give us some insight to the size of the bunker complex, but you feel a bit strange reading a sign in a car park. Almost like it's some kind of weird shrine, which is what I think the government want to avoid(???). Anyway,... More 

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Dublin, Ireland
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Reviewed 13 February 2017 via mobile

There really isnt a whole lot to see here but for a notice board; for obvious reasons. We stumbled across the spot by accident as it was close to the Jewish Memorial and en route to the Brandenburg Gate.

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