Berlin. Refugees everywhere: in September 53 refugees centres exist with approximately 20.000 places, and in summer of the following year there are almost 90 centres with 35.500 places. But it is still not enough. A snapshot of the present? Not at all. In spring 1953 the Marienfelde central transit camp was set up, an initial reception centre for refugees from East Germany; in the 1990s, Russians of German descent were housed here; and once again today, it provides accommodation for refugees—this time from all over the world. Hans-Werner Kroesinger and Regine Dura are inviting to a historical site visit.
15 participants per performance only. Please ensure to be on time at the meeting point Palais am Festungsgraben, as advanced reservations cannot be made. Duration: ca. 45min.