This place used to be the place where prisoners were executed, and the criminal law here is also very cruel. In order to commemorate these dead people, there are some scenes that can be regarded as museums, and it is very memorable here. You can come here to remember the martyrs again.
Not far from Checkpoint Charlie, there is a place called "Topographie des Terrors" (Topographie des Terrors), located on the site of the Gestapo and SS headquarters in Nazi Germany. The original building was bombed by Allied forces. It is now an open-air museum, and the Berlin Wall passed through here. It is a relatively well-preserved section of the Berlin Wall. I particularly like their documentation center, but I watched it a bit hastily, mainly because I went a little later and kept seeing people turn off the lights to "catch guests" before leaving. In so many pictures, I pay more attention to the expressions of ordinary people in that era than to understand the cruelty of the Nazis. The passionate sentiment, the indifference to death, and the worship of totalitarianism are far and familiar to us. The trip to Berlin gave me a strong feeling that the Germans are indeed a reflection-oriented nation and dare to face up to the country's dark history. This "competition" with themselves is reflected in many subtleties. Berlin is not only a place with history, but also a place with stories, worth visiting again.
A very depressing place, located near the center of Berlin, is a place similar to an exhibition hall, without tickets. Inside are all kinds of photos and texts, showing the various crimes committed by Hitler and the Nazis during World War II. There are many people in the museum, but it is quiet and everyone is very serious. I walked around and saw those photos. I felt that my heart was not only depressed. , Is depression. There is also a section of the Berlin Wall outside.