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Espionage and the Stasi Museum in Berlin

I've always been fascinated with the world of espionage, in fiction but more so in reality. Egor Egorov was able to share photos of real life spy cameras in a trip to the Stasi museum in Berlin. Check it out!

Photo by Egor Egorov

The Stasi or the Ministry for State Security, was the Eastern Germany version of the KGB. During that time, their business of course consisted of spying on the people, as spies usually are to do. Once the Berlin Wall fell however, their headquarters were overrun by the people and turned into a museum.

Egor Egorov went into the museum and saw these interesting spy cameras, hidden in plain sight. Quite James Bond, don’t you think? Enjoy!

written by cruzron

1 comment

  1. segata


    Ive always found the little spy cameras cool, nice article :)

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