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Travel Blogs from Berlin
... role it plays in the city's story.
Another thing which makes Berlin so unique is the wall. It's crazy to think that city that has always been one can just be divided in half. And it just sprang up overnight. The authorities just built this thing in the dead of night, separating people based on where they happened to be at the time. Friends and family were divided by this barrier for decades. And it's fascinating to learn about the ...
We had day two of museums today and visited the Pergamon Museum which is considered one of the top three in the world of its type. I have loaded a collection of photos which will do most of the talking on the visit as Museums are something to experience more than an interesting dialogue. And to be honest there was so much there to see by the time we finished we could not remember details from half way through the visit!
... at Hansa at 11:00. This beady East Berliner (and massive Depeche Mode fan), 16 when The Wall came down, takes our small group (also very beady) on a pretty conclusive tour of the studio, reflecting on its history and its modern day use, for about three and a half hours. He knows lots. And doesnt stop talking. Andy is in his element and does a lot of talking as well. And we are interviewed by a lady from the Guardian about why we are there, which Andy has plenty to ...
... 8217;s bunker used to be. It is where he was when he committed suicide with his mistress. Apparently, he was also buried there for a time because he specifically asked to be cremated, but full cremation takes about 48 hours, and the Germany soldiers left behind had neither enough fuel nor time to finish the job.
Also nearby the bunker is a piece of the Wall with a painting of the famous picture of the first soldier ever to escape over the wall. When ...
... and guards opened fire without warning. Over a hundred people died crossing that strip of no man’s land at the era when the Iron Curtain divided Berlin and Europe.
Matt led us to a parking lot through a brand new building. It looked like an ordinary European courtyard. We were really lucky that we had a guide with us! Just underneath a patch of grass there were remnants of the Fuhrerbunker, where Hitler spent the last weeks of his life. We were standing at ...
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