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... after the Wall came down. The rebuilding had begun but the Wall was still visible in many places. We still have a chunk of Wall that we picked up in the street back then. Today, parts of the Wall are left standing as a monument. Weaving through the city centre is a double row of bricks in the roadway indicating part of the Wall’s course. The longest stretch of Wall remaining is the Eastside Gallery running for over a kilometre along the banks of the River Spree. Covered ...
... become a symbol of germany in the same way that Trafalgar square represents Britain. Berlin at the time was the capital of Prussia and was a centre of science, learning and religious tolerance. It was one of the most advanced cities in Europe and so its power and influence grew as trade increased. Fast forward to the end of WW2 and it is one of two buildings still standing along with the Academy of Fine Arts on the Pariser Platz. For a few years, it was a crossing ...
... sunscreen. Heading toward Sachsenhausen Finn points out the posters for various political parties. The most interesting being the NPD, a much despised party with only around 10,000 followers. A few years ago the leader had a campaign sign with him pictured revving a motorcycle saying "get on the gas". Things are tense in Germany with elections looming next month.
One of thousands of concentration camps, Sachsenhausen was a labour camp primarily that ...
... br> We're given an hour for lunch, and break away into the local market area to find a warm place, or head down to the river for a restaurant by the water. Christmas still rings in the air with small markets still open, and an open-air ice rink near the Frauenkirche.
Caitlin, Alex and I have lunch in a cosy restaurant before wandering past the luxury boutiques and into the Kreuzkirche. Touted as the biggest church in Saxony’s ...