This tour takes you through the Soviet Memorial in Treptower Park.
After World War II was over, the Red Army erected four large memorials in Berlin for its soldiers who died in the “Battle of Berlin”. Let’s take a closer look at one of them.
The memorial in Treptow was inaugurated in 1949 and around 7000 Soviet soldiers found their final resting place here. We look at the history, architecture and significance of the memorial.
The meeting point for this tour is the statue of “Mother Homeland” at the Soviet Memorial in Treptower Park. An alternative meeting point can also be arranged and we will then travel together to the memorial. Please note that in this case the total duration of the tour will be longer and you will require a public transport ticket for all participants; this is NOT included in the price.
Duration: approx. 1.5 hours (incl. break)
Costs: Groups of 10 or more: € 15 / person (reduced rate € 13)
up to 9 people and school classes: Price on request
If you would like to book this tour, please use this link.
In principle, all our tours are barrier-free, but as there may be restrictions in the city at short notice, please inform us in advance.
This tour is dog-friendly. You are welcome to bring your four-legged friend with you.
“The Government of the Federal Republic of Germany and the Government of the Russian Federation shall guarantee the protection of war graves and the permanent right of rest for the war dead of the other side on their respective territories and shall endeavour to keep the surroundings of the war graves free of all installations that are incompatible with the dignity of these sites.”
“The Government of the Federal Republic of Germany shall ensure the preservation and maintenance of Russian war graves in the territory of the Federal Republic of Germany at its own expense.”
Quote from: Agreement of 16 December 1992 between the Government of the Federal Republic of Germany and the Government of the Russian Federation on the Care of War Graves, Article 3, paragraphs 1 + 3