The notorious East German security police, the Stasi, used to secretly collect the "smells" of undesired people so ... More
The notorious East German security police, the Stasi, used to secretly collect the "smells" of undesired people so as to be able to track them down with sniffer dogs later. Fantasy? Fiction? Not in the slightest. Big Brother is watching you! The lengths that the Stasi went to to control all aspects of life in East Germany were never too great. While some exhibits make you laugh, others are truly horrifying. And although not spectacular, the exhibition will give you an insight into another unhappy chapter of German history. free
This is not necessarily a sight to see, but rather a sound to hear. When Berlin celebrated its 750th anniversary
in 1987, the city gave itself a special present. If you're in the Tiergarten park or up on the ...
Contrary to other big cities, Berlin does not have one big, city cemetery, but several smaller graveyards, scattered all over
the city. The Französischer Friedhof is a particularly special place, as many of the graves originate from the 18th ...
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 ...