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Berlin | History
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On January 15, 1990, thousands of people stormed the heretofore hermetically sealed premises of the Stasi Centre in Berlin-Lichtenberg, which the former government wanted to continue operating as “Office for National Security”: the “storming of the Normannenstrasse” had begun.

The Ministry for State Security of the German Democratic Republic fell apart within a very short time. This meant that Stasi files, whose contents were and still are greatly important in dealing with the history of the GDR, were now freely accessible. Today, the building is open to the public as Research and Documentation Centre Ruschestraße 103. Photos, documents and equipment used in the surveillance of GDR citizens can be inspected, as can the office of Stasi boss Erich Mielke.

11:00 - 18:00

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Contact details

  • Name: Stasi-Museum
  • Address: Ruschestraße 103 - 10365 - Berlin - Allemagne
  • Phone: (49) 030 553 68 54


Visite guidée

Getting there

  • By bus : lignes n°240, N50, N56
  • By metro : ligne n°U5 (Magdalenenstr.)
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