Probably on the east side of the Holocaust Memorial Square in downtown Berlin, that is, the entrance side of the Memorial Square to the museum, there seem to be a lot of ordinary residential buildings on this side, dark grey, near a children's playground, covered with sand, said to be the place where Hitler and Eva Braun are burned. Now the children's leisure places are the same as described in the link below. None.
As Hitler's private villa, the eagle's nest built on the top of the mountain is also worth visiting, but it must be chosen when the weather is good, around the long mountain road, and take a vertical elevator to reach the eagle's nest, immediately feel a kind of hegemony.
There's only one sign. The bunker has been completely leveled.
Hitler's bunker is also known as the Head of State's bunker. At that time, Berlin's Prime Minister's Palace was far from the underground bunker. Although the above part was destroyed before, it was still well preserved under it. After a visit, the feeling was very complicated.
Is the minimum subsistence allowance underground? Why is it called the minimum subsistence allowance?
Scenic spots worth punching in. It's shocking. It's beautiful.
The Fuehrer's anger was not filmed here, but the scene should be similar.