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Nineties Berlin: The 90s Exhibition

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by Eleanor Healing (subscribe)
UK writer currently exploring the North of Spain.
Published February 23rd 2019
Step back into the recent past at Nineties Berlin
The Nineties Berlin exhibition is ideal for anyone fascinated with German reunification and its aftermath. This interactive exhibition tells the story of the formative years of a new Berlin, through the eyes of those who lived it.



Just a stone's throw away from Alexander Platz, Nineties Berlin covers the history of the music and art scenes of Berlin in the 1990s, as well as the new lives found by the East and West Berliners in a newly unified country, Using the browser on your phone, you can interact with the entire exhibition. Discover quick facts, heart-wrenching stories, and an in-depth look into the youth culture and immense changes.



The exhibition is incredibly immersive, and you can even listen to the stories of Berliners from both sides of the wall. Musicians, politicians, squatters, police officers and shopkeepers all have a tale to tell. All are equally fascinating.



Nineties Berlin is a brilliant exhibition, and I'd highly recommend a visit. Even if you're not usually fascinated by history, it's a great opportunity to delve into the recent past.
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Why? A fascinating and interactive look at the 90s in Berlin
When: 10am to 8pm
Where: Molkenmarkt 2, 10179 Berlin
Cost: €12.50 full price, €8.50 concessions
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