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Der Musiker und Entertainer Achim Mentzel ist vor knapp einem Jahr im Alter von 69 Jahren verstorben. /jk
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Das DDR Museum hat eine neue Praktikantin! /ms #ddrnews
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Unsere TV-Tipps für diese Woche:


16.01.17 um 21.45 Uhr auf RBB: Polizeiruf 110: Der Tod des Pelikan (DDR 1990)
17.01.17 um 22.05 Uhr auf RBB: Die Klasse – Berlin’61
17.01.17 um 22.05 Uhr auf MDR: Mielkes Traum – Die Bobbahn Altenberg
17.01.17 um 22.50 Uhr auf MDR: Polizeiruf 110: Der Rettungsschwimmer (DDR 1982) /mk #ddrtv
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Hierbei handelt es sich um A... - #wasistdas? /mg
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Hammse dit jewusst? Die meisten Frauen heirateten 1975 im Altern von 21 Jahren (23.087).

(Stat. Jb. der DDR 1978, Berlin 1979, S. 406.)/es
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"Komm, sing mit" ein Musikbuch für die 1. bis 4. Klasse aus dem Jahr 1960. /jk
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Nach zehn Jahren basteln bringen Techniktüftler aus Halle einen alten DDR-Computer aus dem Jahre 1984 zum laufen und wiederbeleben mit ihm das ausgestorbene Betriebssystem MOOS. http://ow.ly/4o083084sGW /ms #ddrnews
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In zehn Jahren Tüftelei haben „Robotron“-Fans von der Digital AG in Halle den schrankwandgroßen „K 1630“ und das „ausgestorbene“ DDR-Betriebssystem Moos wieder zum Laufen gebracht.
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Hammse dit jewusst? 1950 gab es in der DDR eine Geburt von Vierlingen!

(Stat. Jb. der DDR 1978, Berlin 1979, S. 413.) /es
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Ein riesiges Glasmosaik, welches früher die Stasizentrale in Berlin zierte, war verschollen und ist nun wieder aufgetaucht. "Revolution: Frieden unserem Erdenrund" zeigt Friedenstauben, die Französische Revolution und Lenin. Besitzer und Kunstkenner sind sich uneinig: Ist es wirklich 20 Millionen Dollar wert? Die Zeit geht der Sache auf den Grund. /ms #ddrnews
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"Stasi raus": Heute vor 27 Jahren stürmten 10.000 Demonstranten die Stasizentrale in Berlin. Das Ereignis gab der Revolution Aufwind. Auch unser Wissenschaftlicher Leiter Dr. Wolle war dabei. /ms #ddrnews
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Unser Instagram der Woche spielte eine wichtige Rolle im Film "Das Leben der anderen": https://www.instagram.com/p/BPDx-d4gbZt /mg #ddrgram
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Der beliebte Schauspieler Michael Gwisdek wird heute runde 75 Jahre alt, das DDR Museum gratuliert! Was ist denn euer Lieblingsfilm von Gwisdek? /ma #ddrnews
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Karl-Liebknecht-Str. 1 10178 Berlin Germany
Karl-Liebknecht-Straße 1DEBerlin10178
+49 30 847123731ddr-museum.de
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Danika Fonseca
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We made sure to get to this museum well in time in order to beat the rush, I definitely recommend this! Considering all the effort that has to go into making and maintaining all the interesting interactive stuff the price seems decent. It was rather fascinating catching a glimpse of life back in the day through music, television clips, books, games and more. I really liked the house setup, all the interactive games, learning a bit of about the language differences and the recipes in the kitchen!! This museum definitely has something to offer for adults, younger folk and people with short attention spans like myself. This museum had lockers for free and well maintained restrooms: something that can be appreciated by many a tourist!
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Pierguido Caironi
2 weeks ago
Very good museum. Well documented and entertaining. Clearly represent political, social, military and material life in DDR showing a lot of different documents, objects and even two cars of that time. To read all the (very interesting) descriptions, plan a 3-4 hour stay.
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Tomas Havranek
2 months ago
It's a fun place to visit! You get to see a ton of great relics from the real GDR. You can see a communist living room, car and many more. For this reason it's much more than a museum. You can actually place yourself into the shoes of people being forced to live under communist rule. The different photos and texts on display are also rather informative and worth visiting the museum for. The technology in the museum is also the newest with for example a fancy interactive screen. There is also a large church across the street of the museum, which is nice.
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Erich Flock
3 weeks ago
It is amazing! It felt as if I were in DDR. I could also learn about the society, culture and politics in DDR. The house inside de museum is perfect. You can also drive a typical car in a simulator. I strongly recommend this museum.
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Klaudia Tóth
a month ago
Very interesting, bigger than it seems! We spent almost 3 hours in the museum. It is interactive, entertaining and very informative. A footprint of a not so distant era. Definitely worth a visit. If you spend just 2-3 days in Berlin, put this on your list of top 5 places to visit!
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David
3 months ago
I would love to give this place more than 3 stars but it is just so small. This wouldn't be a problem if they didn't pack it to (over) capacity. It was a really good introduction to life in DDR. The location is great beside the cathedral and Museum Island but a larger building is a must. I paid €6 as a student. Full price is €9.50 – I feel this might be a bit steep for what you get.
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Fred Higson
a week ago
Really interesting museum with lots to see. We went at a really busy time so it took quite a while to see everything. I'd recommend heading there either early or later in the day to avoid the rush.
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Jon Allingham
a week ago
Really interesting museum, and always nice to learn about more than just the cold war. Great interactive exhibits and lots of information in German and English