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Easy to visit while standing in the seemingly interminably long line for the House of Terror. We've been fortunate enough to visit the remnants of the wall in Berlin and this appeared to be the real thing.
This section of the Berlin wall is worth a visit particularly as it’s situated next to the Iron Curtain monument outside the House of Terrors museum on Andrassy Avenue. As it is on public display there is no fee and only takes a few minutes...More
Sat outside the Museum you could easily miss it and just think that it is a simple rock without realising its significance.
See this, the iron Curtain and go in the museum. Its a perfect thing to do if it's raining or too cold for...More
If you wouldn't know, what are you looking at, you would think it's only a piece of old wall. What is so special about it?
The Berlin wall wasn’t only a physical barricade, but also the symbol of division and oppression of Europe during the...More
A very moving monument to those who died trying to cross the wall
A section is preserved as it would have been before the wall came down. A above ground viewing platform give a great view of the monument. A small display explains the history...More
I went to see this ironic landmark which to be fair is just a wall. I think of you are hoping on seeing something spectacular don't get your hopes up because at the end of the day it is just a wall. By the memorial...More