The Museum in der Kulturbrauerei presents 'Alltag in der DDR' (Everyday Life in the GDR), offering a glimpse into the lifestyle of East Germany residents when Berlin was divided.

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Museum in der Kulturbrauerei, Berlin

The Museum in der Kulturbrauerei presents 'Alltag in der DDR' (Everyday Life in the GDR), offering a glimpse into the lifestyle of East Germany residents when Berlin was divided..

The Museum in der Kulturbrauerei presents 'Alltag in der DDR' (Everyday Life in the GDR), offering a glimpse into the lifestyle of East Germany residents when Berlin was divided.


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About Museum in der Kulturbrauerei

 Knaackstraße 97, 10435 Berlin, Germany

 +49 30 473777940

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Museum in der Kulturbrauerei and Nearby Sights on Map

Kastanienallee

Kollwitzplatz

Rykestrasse Synagogue

The Rykestrasse Synagogue is one of the largest synagogues in Germany

Wasserturm Prenzlauer Berg

Jüdischer Friedhof Schönhauser Allee

The Jewish cemetery in Schönhauser Allee was mainly used from 1827 to 1880, and is the final resting place of over 23,000 people, including artist Max Liebermann, composer Giacomo Meyerbeer, banker Joseph Mendelssohn, Wolffs Telegraphen-Bureau founder Bernhard Wolff, revolutionary Simon Barthold and neurologist Max Rothmann

Prenzlauer Berg

There are only a few minor sights and museums to explore in Prenzlauer Berg

Gethsemanekirche

The Neo-Gothic Gethsemane Church was one of the important meeting points of opposition against the East German regime in 1989, and later a centre of the civil rights movement in a unified Berlin

Museum for Architectural Drawing

The Museum for Architectural Drawing is built around Sergei Tchoban's collection of historic architectural drawings, with the addition of contemporary drawings by major international architects

Park Inn Alexanderplatz

The tallest multistory building in Berlin at 132 meters

Mauerpark