A & O Hotel & Hostel Friedrichshain
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... on the line to either escape the East themselves or help others cross the Berlin Wall. We were amazed to learn that the Stasi border guards were under orders to shoot to kill rather than apprehend anyone trying the scale or breakthrough the wall. The open space dead zone east of Checkpoint Charlie is now developed with buildings and looks just like any other city blocks but the old photos and ...
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... a Saturday morning swim.
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