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... to stand. This trace is usually characterized by a
different colored concrete in the pavement.
The Berlin wall has throughout history been the symbol for
the Cold War and the Iron Curtain that divided Germany and Europe into
two. The fall of the Berlin Wall was also the start of the
reunification of Germany, which took place not even a year after the
wall had fallen. The history significance of the Berlin Wall is
displayed at ...
... of it. The building like much of what we saw in Germany, has a regal traditional and classic old look from the outside and an extremely modern, up to date and functional look on the inside. The elevator that took us up the various floors was obviously made for tours carrying up to 48 people. Transparency is huge in government here and it was very obvious.
We said goodbye to cousins Steve, Trudy and Julie mid-afternoon and decided ...
... noon, and found ourselves wandering around to read all the political statements and admire tiny figures painted next to staircases and behind ledges and over doorways, and large murals that covered more space than a truck would have taken up. The bookstore itself was also cool, if a little more limited than we had hoped for due to its highly specific content. We left a little later, each having purchased a little piece of Berlin.
It was too late to visit the ...
... I was back in old Europe. 90% of Berlin was bombed during WW2 so it is a very modern city by European standards. Gendarmenmakt however has three beautiful old buildings, the Konzerthaus, (concert hall) and the German and French cathedrals. In the 1600's when the french Huguenots (protestants) were being persecuted by their own king, the prussian king, Fredrick I, invited them to Berlin, well not all of them, just their artists, poets, architects, etc. to make ...
... any, as I'm not a big wurst eater.
We caught a bus up to the Brandenburg Gate. It's beauty was obscured by fencing and paraphernalia associated with a huge outside broadcast of the soccer game between Germany and Portugal. The game was due to start shortly, so it was quite crowded. We walked up the Eberstrasse to the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe, also known as the Holocaust Memorial. It ...