The Stasi Museum was opened on November 7, 1991, in the rooms formerly occupied by the secret police. Today, it shows the ... More
The Stasi Museum was opened on November 7, 1991, in the rooms formerly occupied by the secret police. Today, it shows the office of Erich Mielke, the Stasi minister for 32 years, in its original state with the secretariat and private area. Visitors can also see the offices of Mielke's closest co-workers, a spacious conference room and a canteen. Also you could find the political-operative, co-action with the German People's Police and government persecution in East Germany between 1945 and 1989 documented here. Visitors can also see spying apparatus, flags, medals, busts, photos and documents recording the storming of the building in 1990 and the forced displacement of people along Germany's borders.
19th century architect Karl Friedrich Schinkel provided Berlin with many of its greatest buildings, including the magnificent Konzerthaus and the
equally striking Altes Museum. The museum, which opened in 1830, was the first to be built on Museum Island. ...
The Museum of East Asian Art is divided into three different sections for China, Japan and Korea and is now
merged with the Museum of Indian art and it now operates under the name of Museum of Asian Art. ...
Like the museum in the Runde Ecke, this museum is dedicated to the role played by the Stasi, East Germany's
notorious secret service, in the history of Leipzig. This (seemingly) indestructible bunker, was built as a place where politicians ...