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... under the guise of badly drawn penises), spoke boldly of the freedom that had been stolen from the victim's living under the communist regime in East Germany. These symbols included a bird pulling a chained hand with its beak (freedom), two male politicians kissing (freedom of sexuality), and my favourite; The Berlinica, an interpretation of Picasso's Guernica which conveyed the oppression of war, in this case political ...
... Aussie friend of a friend!) and am possibly going to go from Copenhagen to Germany via Amsterdam in need of some company!
Then I was off and about.
Around the corner is a (another) memorial where a prison used to be - which is now a garden. Had to lay down for a while as reading the info in the bright sunlight brought on the signs of a migraine - just thought I'd mention that (the SUN not the migraine!).
Then off again.
Revisited the memorial of the ...
... Red Army captured Berlin. We saw the Jewish Holocaust memorial. He took us to two very beautiful squares with the French and German Cathedrals. Did you know that Germany has had at one point more Nobel Prizes than all the other winning European nations combined? We saw where the Nazi’s did their book burning and where parts of the Berlin Wall still stood. Kristine and I learned much more about Berlin’s and Germany’s history than ...
... other band.
It was at this point when Yorke showed just how down-to-earth and open he really is when it comes to playing live. "These security must be ******* bored. Apparently I've been told you're not allowed to film...**** that! Get your ******* cameras out if you want and film!" Begin mass cheering from everyone as they whipped their cameras out.
A highlight of the first set was There There. The constant beating of the drums and endearing guitar ...
... festival in Nuestadt-Glewe as can be seen in another blog write up.
Upon return, not as tired as I could be but still craving sleep, we went out for Shisha. Grape flavour was delicious and it was nice to sit down and have a big chat again. He makes for a relatively good tour guide, was really good to hang out again either way.
The next day was a big day. We went every where, the Brandenburg Gate, East Side Gallery (The Berlin Wall), Memorial for ...
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