Three years ago, we had been ... three times in Berlin (but actually stayed in Potsdam, next to the former Soviet officer's mess and cinema).
The following, it was just one visit, together with our English friends ... a few days after the The Wall
"The Asisi Panorama - The Wall on a divided Berlin
by the artist Yadegar Asisi at Checkpoint Charlie at the corner of Friedrichstraße and Zimmerstraße consists of a cylindrical steel rotunda that displays a panorama of the daily routine on both sides of the Berlin Wall on an autumn day in the 1980s.
Asisi, who actually lived in Kreuzberg in the 1980s, has bundled his memories in the panorama and goes into great detail in his narration of stories, which would not have happened that way at the same time."
I must admit that the scenes as painted there, were not only similar but gave (me) exactly the same feeling I had had when I'd bee in Berlin in the late 1960's and the 1980's.
I've taken some photos there, but due to the many visitors and the difficult light (night/day was continuously simulated), it wasn't easy.
But you might get an idea - especially, when you've looked at the website linked above.