Early April 1945 the Soviet army stood across the Oder. Germany had no chance of winning the war and yet one of the most tragic and bloody battles of the 2nd World War was fought in the small town of Seelow. Thousands of soldiers pointlessly lost their lives.
One of the most important war-memorials and exhibitions can be found in Seelow. Furthermore we will visit an impressive Soviet memorial in Treptow and the Museum Karlshorst; the building in which the German capitulation was signed.