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This museum describes the history of the GDR-Russian relationship during the Cold War.
This museum describes the history of the GDR-Russian relationship during the Cold War. Get out at S-Bahn station Karlshorst and go by bus 396 direction Tierpark (2 or 3 stations).
Zwieseler Straße 4, Berlin, Germany
+49 30 5015081
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