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Wiesbaden is a city in central western Germany and the capital of the federal state of Hesse. As of June 2020, it had 290,955 inhabitants, plus approximately 19,000 United States citizens . The Wiesbaden urban area is home to approx. 560,000 people. Wikipedia

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Berlin's Infamous Third Reich Sites Half-Day Walking Tour

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Holocaust Memorial (shadow Of Former Synagogue), Wiesbaden

Gain insight into Berlin's Nazi past on this 4-hour walking tour of the infamous Third Reich sites. Accompanied by a historian guide, walk to the ruins of Anhalter Bahnhof, used to deport prisoners to concentrations camps, and see the former Gestapo and SS headquarters and the site of Hitler's bunker. Learn about those who struggled against the Nazi system of terror, and get a fuller, deeper look at the haunting realities of the Holocaust. Your tour will finish before the German parliament building, the Reichstag.

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Berlin 4 hours walking tour in Spanish

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Holocaust Memorial (shadow Of Former Synagogue), Wiesbaden

Discover, in less than 4 hours, everything you should not miss of one of the most exciting metropolis in Europe. You start with the origins of Berlin at St. Nichola's quarter, you will see the Museum Island and the Berlin Cathedral. You will walk along the avenue of the kaisers, Unter den Linden, passing by the University of Humboldt, the Royal Library, the State Opera and one of the most beautiful squares in Berlin, the Gendarmenmarkt. You will know the details of Hitler's rise to power and you will see the remains of the Gestapo headquarters, as well as remembering the Jewish Holocaust with its memorial. You'll be told how the Berlin Wall was born, how it fell and how the Germans lived it, risking their lives to go West. You will admire the spectacular Potsdamer Platz and finish at the Brandenburg Gate, the symbol of Berlin.

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Berlin Bike Tour: Third Reich and Nazi Germany

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Holocaust Memorial (shadow Of Former Synagogue), Wiesbaden

How could the Germans allow Hitler's rise to power? Who, if anyone, stood in his way? What was known of the extent of the Holocaust, and what was done against the persecution of the Jews and others? What was life in Berlin like during the Third Reich and during the bombing of World War II? What happened in Berlin once the Soviets defeated the Nazis? Find out on this fascinating Berlin Bike Tour.

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Warnemünde Shore Excursion: Private Sachsenhausen and Berlin Tour

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Holocaust Memorial (shadow Of Former Synagogue), Wiesbaden

Leave your cruise ship at Warnemünde Port, and visit Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp Memorial and Berlin on a full-day private shore excursion! With a private guide, unravel the complexities of the Holocaust during the Nazi era of the Third Reich, and hear harrowing tales of prisoners’ fates and bravery. After traveling to nearby Berlin, explore the city on a sightseeing tour and discover a collection of Third Reich sights such as Hitler’s bunker and the Holocaust Memorial, as well as landmarks such as Brandenburg Gate and the Reichstag.

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Berlin - Off the Beaten Path

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Holocaust Memorial (shadow Of Former Synagogue), Wiesbaden

This tour takes you through a part of Berlin that many don't know yet. First we explore the old Jewish Berlin. Where did the largest spontaneous protest against the Holocaust take place? Where did a brave Berliner hide blind Jews? And what happened to Berlin's oldest Jewish cemetery? Impressive monuments, incredible stories and magical backyards can be discovered here. We see one of the only places where the wild and colorful charm of the 90s can still be seen. I will also show you my favorite street in Berlin, where time seems to have stopped. How was the new synagogue saved? And why did Martin Luther King come to East Berlin? Then we travel by subway to the oldest part of the city, which is completely off the radar for most people. Here we learn what an Underground Station has in common with Babylon. Where does Berlin's medieval city wall still stand? In which restaurant is Napoleon supposed to have dined? From the ruins of Berlin‘s old monastery we walk to the Spree river.

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