This private tour takes you through Berlin to discover the architecture of Germany's Fascist times between 1933 and 1945.
Twelve years of Nazi rule ultimately turned the City of Berlin into little more than a heap of rubble. At least, that’s what one might be led to believe. And yet, a surprising number of buildings built between 1933 and 1945 have survived the Allied bombing which would, in time, bring back Germany to the path of Democracy. Today, some of these fascist remnants stand as a reminder of Germany’s darkest hour and its biggest moment of shame. Then again other such buildings have been revamped and today look nothing like they did back then, while some have been put to a completely different use where little if anything points to the era they were built in, let alone to their initial purpose.
Let your guide lead you through the city to hear about the stories behind the buildings. Amongst other buildings you will visit:
- the former Reich Air Ministry
- the Olympic Stadium
- the former Ministry of Propaganda