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Today is our last full day in Berlin and we wanted to make the most of it. We got a nice early start after enjoying a delicious breakfast and took the U-bahn a couple if stops to Freiderichstrasse and walked a short 10 minute path to Museum Island. On the way we saw much of the scars of the war on many of the buildings. You realize just how recent so much of the violence had been. Our travels today took us from 165 BC and the Pergamon Altar to ...
... You were then let into West Berlin after further checks at another crossing point. It must have been a huge irritation for the communists: I think maybe the West were squeezing the East's testicles rather than the other way round.
Today, there are no such problems. The remnants of the old Iron Curtain border control are visible, contained within a motorway service station. The scene of so much strife and tension over the years, and now all that is left of this vital ...
... or – a secondary school aimed at Technical and Trades training. The maternity leave system is beyond generous, and work life is designed to support family needs. This liberal and fair system refuted our historical image of Germany.
Bubu had purchased a piece of cheese ironically called the exact obscure last-name of her and Ann, which we carried with us (As a momento of Ann’s spirit in her absence) as we roamed from place to place, taking ...
... and sudden way it was implemented meant that there was a great social cost eg people working in one sector or another were suddenly unemployed, families split.
Looking on the bright side, in 1989 there was suddenly a 100M strip of unused real estate right around and through a large city. This has provided the opportunity to build impressive buildings (eg Potsdammer Platz) ...
... cemeteries. The graves and memorials have various dates, the oldest I found was for Johann Franz Encke who died in 1865. Mr Wikipedia tells me he was a renowned Astronomer who managed to have a comet, a ring of Saturn and a crater on the moon named after him. Most of the graves are in good condition and many have well tendered flowering plants growing from them. It appears families still ...
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