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Private Half-Day Minivan Tour from Berlin to Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp
"Begin with a pickup from your Berlin hotel by private minivan or coach and then travel to Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp just north of the city. Between 1936 and 1945 more than 200000 people were imprisoned in Sachsenhausen and the camp was the center of the whole system of concentration camps used from 1936 to the end of the Third Reich in May 1945.On arrival set off with your guide to explore the remaining buildings and grounds that are now open to the public as a memorial and museum. Examine the exhibitions and buildings on display and learn about the particular history of each site from your guide's insightful commentary. You can also see a thematic presentation that looks at the concentration camp system and Nazi Germany in a wider context.After roughl
From EUR395.00
Berlin Private 6-Hour Tour to Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp Memorial
"Sachsenhausen was opened in the summer of 1936. The first prisoners were the political enemies of the Nazis; social democrats and communist that had threatened Hitler’s rise to power. Over 9 years 200000 prisoners would be brought here. The site was liberated by Soviet and Polish forces in 1945 when it became a Soviet concentration camp Special Camp 7.Sachsenhausen was meticulously designed to be the ‘perfect’ concentration camp; a place where all prisoners could be monitored by the fewest possible guards. Slave laborers were put through a punishing schedule wherein all prisoner under-slept and over worked. Horribly unhygienic conditions made sure that contagious disease was rife in the camp.Book this private tour to be lead through the site’s history by one of our specially trained licensed guides. They will lead you through the co sensitive history
From EUR299.00
Small-Group Half-Day Guided Jewish Berlin History Walking Tour
"Your walk begins at the remaining foundations of the so-called Old Synagogue where your guide a Jewish Studies scholar helps you to grasp the challenges faced by German Jews during the middle ages and renaissance and to appreciate the rich cultural life developed by Berlin’s Jewish community in spite of their vulnerable status. Although the Jewish experience in Berlin be intolerance was so entrenched that it took hundreds of years until 1714 before Berlin’s first synagogue was erected in Heidereutgasse. Taking in the graceful avenue Oranienburger Straße
From $90.00

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