30 years fall of the Wall: Open-air exhibitions

30 years fall of the Wall: Open-air exhibitions

4 - 10 November 2019

To mark the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall and the Peaceful Revolution, seven open-air exhibitions are planned at historic locations in Berlin.

  • Route of the revolution© Kulturprojekte Berlin unter Verwendung eines Fotos von Harf Zimmermann und historischen Fotos von Rolf Walter und der Stiftung Aufarbeitung/Bestand: Klaus Mehne
    Alexanderplatz (visualisation)
  • Route of the revolution© Kulturprojekte Berlin unter Verwendung von Fotos von Harf Zimmermann
    Schlossplatz (visualisation)

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The historic locations representing key events of the Peaceful Revolution are Kurfürstendamm, Brandenburg Gate, Schlossplatz, Alexanderplatz, Gethsemane Church, East Side Gallery and the former Stasi headquarters. For the open-air exhibitions, 3D video projections of historical pictures and film recordings, animations and sound installations that allow visitors to delve into the time of the Peaceful Revolution are scheduled. Admission is free.

At a glance

What: Open-air exhibitions
When: 4 to 10 November 2019
Where: Kurfürstendamm, Brandenburg Gate, Schlossplatz, Alexanderplatz, Gethsemane Church, East Side Gallery and former Stasi headquarters
Admission: Free of charge

Locations of the open air exhibitions

Classic Open Air in Berlin
© dpa

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Last edited: 3. January 2020