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... fascinated by how much the area (and the checkpoint) had changed since 1976. The amount of building in the former East Berlin has transformed what had been a boring landscape into an extension of the vibrant city that West Berlin was. We walked to what had been no-mans-land to view a wonderful panoramic display of what that part of Berlin had looked like before the wall came down in 1989.
From there we walked back down ...
... 8217; came the reply from the rather brisk woman behind the counter. Our hearts sank. She then handed us a piece of paper with travel details to Copenhagen on it. I was rather perplexed to say the least when I realised that there had been somewhat of a lost in translation moment. ‘Oh, actually, we want to go to Berlin’ I said slowly, as if speaking to a small child. ‘Yes, yes of course!’ she replied more cheerily, ‘Yes there is a train to ...
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... wanting to do for so long so was so happy to go on it- even though by the end it felt like my feet were about to fall off.
What I did realise about the German people was that eventhough they have so terrible things happened in the past- they have tried to show their history in their city through museums, memorials and preserving old buildings which educates the people of Berlin and others on what actually happened (facts and all) ...
... of the Berlin Wall which has been left there and artists from around the world were invited to come and put a piece of their art on the wall. It is probably about 1km long and each section is done by a different artist. It's really cool! The work was done on the east side of the wall which, during the time of the wall, no one could get anywhere near as it was no mans land, also known as the death strip. If you found yourself in this area you would've been ...