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Visitor group at the Berlin Wall Memorial

© Berlin Wall Foundation, Photo: Gesa Simons

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Workshop

Tracing the past with cameras

The students use digital cameras to explore the former border strip on Bernauer Strasse. With the help of historical photos of Bernauer Strasse, they address various subjects and look for traces of the past left behind by the Wall. Is it still apparent that the street was once divided by the Wall? What consequences of the Wall are still felt today? One of the project’s aims is to help the students develop their own perspective on the history of division and its consequences. The photographs will be evaluated together and burned onto a CD-Rom for the class.

Recommended for ages 14 and older.

Location
Berlin Wall Memorial
Audience
Schools & Organizations
Duration
2,5 hours
Language
German, English
Price
Free for school children, adults € 3.50, reduced € 2.50 per person. For groups of less than 10 people, a base fee of € 35.00 applies.
Information

In cooperation with: Berliner Beauftragten zur Aufarbeitung der SED-Diktatur (BAB)

Accessibility

The outdoor area of the memorial is barrier-free. The seminar rooms are accessible via elevators.

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