Day of Open Monuments in Berlin

Stasi prison. Image taken from: http://www.stadtentwicklung.berlin.de/

This weekend, 7-8 September, is the Tag des offenen Denkmals in Berlin. 900 Programme spots will be open for visitors to see the history of Berlin.

Explore the former Olympic stadium area where Hitler held his infamous 1939 Olympics, Stasi Prison, abandoned spy station TeufelsbergLangemarckhalle (which contains 12 pillars bearing the 76 flags of the regiments that took part in World War I), and other NAZI and GDR sites.

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Programm and a great map can be found on official website: http://tag-des-offenen-denkmals.de/programm/

The English team giving the Nazi salute. May 14, 1938, Berlin Olympic Stadium

Olympic Stadium 1936, East Gate. From the article: http://hautevitrine.com/2011/08/02/haute-vitrine-by-leslie-hossack/

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