"The Myth Germania Exhibition" Top 5 Page for this destination History - World War II Tip by alancollins

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The Germania Exhibition runs until the 31st December 2009. It displays the Nazi?s ideas for the new world capital of Germania which would have replaced Berlin. The exhibition contains photographs and plans of what the new capital would have looked like. The show piece of the exhibition is a model of how the main area would have looked. The huge model was built for the film Downfall. The staff speak excellent English and there are English translations for all the exhibits apart from the film. The exhibition takes a good 2 hours to view but unfortunately no photography is allowed.

Address: Pavillon Gertrud-Kolmar-Straße 14, 10117 Berlin
Directions: The building is located between the Holocaust Memorial and the Fuhrer Bunker
Website: http://www.berlinerunterwelten.de/en/001/001.htm

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  • Updated Apr 21, 2009
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“Tickets, passport, money.”

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