No terreno em que hoje se encontra o “Topographie des Terrors” (Topografia do Terror), em Berlim, foi o endereço da Gestapo, a polícia secreta nazista, de 1933 a 1945, que mantinha ali a sua própria prisão.
Além disso, era ali que ficavam também o comando da SS e a central de segurança do Reich. Entre os inúmeros memoriais, monumentos e museus que lembram hoje, em Berlim, a época do fascismo, a “Topographie des Terrors”, ou Topografia do Terror, assume um papel especial, por ter sido o “local dos criminosos”. No centro da capital alemã, o museu oferece informações, sobre as centrais da SS e do estado totalitário no local autêntico, tornando visível a dimensão europeia do regime de terror nazista.
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