Fall of the Wall, Berlin

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In 2009, among numerous festivals and exhibits commemorating the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall, the exhibit “Leipzig on the Path to Peaceful Revolution” will be held at the Stasi Museum in Berlin, Jan. 15-Dec. 31. An open-air exhibition will be held May 7-Nov. 9 on Alexanderplatz in Berlin. On Nov. 9, the date the Wall fell, there will be concerts and a street fair near the Brandenburg Gate.

The East Side Gallery, a one-kilometer stretch of the Wall painted by artists from around the world, is on Mühlenstraße on the banks of the Spree.

Contact Culture Project Berlin (phone 030 24749831, www.mauerfall09.de) and the Stasi Museum (Ruschestraße 103, Haus 1, 10365 Berlin; phone 030 553 68 54, fax 68 53, www.stasimuseum.de/en).

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In 2009, among numerous festivals and exhibits commemorating the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall, the exhibit “Leipzig on the Path to Peaceful Revolution” will be held at the Stasi Museum in Berlin, Jan. 15-Dec. 31. An open-air exhibition will be held May 7-Nov. 9 on Alexanderplatz in Berlin. On Nov. 9, the date the Wall fell, there will be concerts and a street fair near the Brandenburg Gate.

The East Side Gallery, a one-kilometer stretch of the Wall painted by artists from around the world, is on Mühlenstraße on the banks of the Spree.

Contact Culture Project Berlin (phone 030 24749831, www.mauerfall09.de) and the Stasi Museum (Ruschestraße 103, Haus 1, 10365 Berlin; phone 030 553 68 54, fax 68 53, www.stasimuseum.de/en).