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100 Years of Revolution – Berlin 1918/19

More than 250 exhibitions and events throughout Berlin will commemorate the events of the years 1918/19, while also linking them to contemporary issues.

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125 Years of Ku'damm

With 802 events in 178 days and over one million visitors celebrated 2011 the 125th birthday of the Kurfürstendamm.

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20 Years Since the Fall of the Berlin Wall

The exhibition told the story of the Peaceful Revolution and its main participants in fascinating pictures.

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25 Years Fall of the Wall

Berlin’s anniversary project 2014 – the LICHTGRENZE, a light installation along the former course of the wall in the centre of Berlin around November 9.

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30th Anniversary of the Peaceful Revolution - Fall of the Berlin Wall

Berlin will celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Peaceful Revolution and the fall of the Wall from 4 to 10 November 2019 with a grand festival.

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50th Anniversary of the Construction of the Wall

The inhumanity, the division of families, the fates and hopes formed the focus of the programme of the 50th anniversary of the building of the Wall.

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775 Years of Berlin

The Berlin of 2012 is a re-united, international and culturally diverse European metropolis. Time to look back its history.

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Art and Cold War

This exhibition presented the art of former East and West Germany in the United States for the first time.

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Berlin Exhibition at the Humboldt Forum

The Berlin Exhibition invites visitors to immerse themselves in past and present developments that connect Berlin with the world.

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Berlin Sports Museum

The bell tower of the Olympic Stadion will soon be the home of a sports museum.

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DAY OF GERMAN UNITY BERLIN 2018

Capital hosts official festivities next year.

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DIVERSITY DESTROYED. BERLIN 1933-1938

A joint effort to span the chasm between the diversity destroyed by the Nazi regime to Berlin's newfound diversity as an international centre.

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May '45 – Spring in Berlin

Berlin was a destroyed city in the spring of 1945. The war and the Nazi regime had left deep wounds – not just on the city itself.

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Paradise is everywhere – 500 years of reformation

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Talking Statues

Public statues and artworks are equipped with a QR code. Passers-by can scan the code and receive a call from the statue, telling them their story.

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Wroclaw – Berlin 2016

The event schedule surrounding Wroclaw-Berlin 2016, which includes many exhibitions, club nights, pop-up pavilions, concerts, films and discussions.

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Year of Science 2010

The anniversaries of the five oldest and most prestigious academic institutions in Berlin were celebrated during the Year of Science.

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