The open-air exhibition “Revolution and the Fall of the Wall” in the courtyard of the Stasi headquarters

The exhibition “Revolution and the Fall of the Wall” has been open around the clock in the courtyard of the former Stasi headquarters since 15 June 2016.
Source: Robert-Havemann-Gesellschaft/Oana Popa
The exhibition “Revolution and the Fall of the Wall” has been open around the clock in the courtyard of the former Stasi headquarters since 15 June 2016.
Source: Robert-Havemann-Gesellschaft/Oana Popa
The exhibition “Revolution and the Fall of the Wall” has been open around the clock in the courtyard of the former Stasi headquarters since 15 June 2016.
Source: Robert-Havemann-Gesellschaft/Oana Popa
The Info Point directly opposite the exhibition lends out audio guides and provides further information.
Source: Robert-Havemann-Gesellschaft/Oana Popa
Contemporary witnesses such as Uwe Dähn show visitors around the exhibition “Revolution and the Fall of the Wall” – here on the opening weekend.
Source: Robert-Havemann-Gesellschaft/Sergej Horovitz
The exhibition “Revolution and the Fall of the Wall” has been open around the clock in the courtyard of the former Stasi headquarters since 15 June 2016.
Source: Robert-Havemann-Gesellschaft/Rolf Walter
The exhibition “Revolution and the Fall of the Wall” has been open around the clock in the courtyard of the former Stasi headquarters since 15 June 2016.
Source: Robert-Havemann-Gesellschaft/Rolf Walter
In tours around the exhibition, former opposition activists describe their own experiences and the political climate at the time of the Peaceful Revolution.
Source: Robert-Havemann-Gesellschaft/Rolf Walter
The exhibition “Revolution and the Fall of the Wall” has been open around the clock in the courtyard of the former Stasi headquarters since 15 June 2016.
Source: Robert-Havemann-Gesellschaft/Sergej Horovitz
The exhibition “Revolution and the Fall of the Wall” has been open around the clock in the courtyard of the former Stasi headquarters since 15 June 2016.
Source: Robert-Havemann-Gesellschaft/Rolf Walter
The exhibition “Revolution and the Fall of the Wall” has been open around the clock in the courtyard of the former Stasi headquarters since 15 June 2016.
Source: Robert-Havemann-Gesellschaft/Rolf Walter
The lively shapes and bright colours of the exhibition walls contrast with the grey architecture of the surrounding buildings.
Source: Robert-Havemann-Gesellschaft/Sergej Horovitz

Impressions

On 15 June, the open-air exhibition "Revolution and the Fall of the Wall" opened in the courtyard of the Stasi headquarters. It takes its lead from the successful temporary exhibition on the Peaceful Revolution on Berlin's Alexanderplatz in 2009/10.

9 October 2016: German President Joachim Gauck visits the exhibition "Revolution and the Fall of the Wall"

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17 June 2016: Speiche and Friends rock the Stasi courtyard 

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January to June 2016: How the exhibition “Revolution and the Fall of the Wall” is developing

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15 June 2016: official launch of the open-air exhibition “Revolution and the Fall of the Wall”

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In 2009/10 the exhibition was on temporary show at Berlin’s Alexanderplatz 

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Die Open-Air-Ausstellung "Revolution und Mauerfall" bei Nacht

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