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... full of empty bookshelves, at the place where all the books were burned, outside the university. A hidden treasure. "if you burn books, you will soon burn people" We will Remember: Two walls, with no mans land between Marked on the road with two rows of bricks in the road across the city. Monument to the walls. One section of the wall remaining, bullet holes, rods of steel within The the wall of the Hitlers Reich The pictures, ...
... chipping away of the wall in November, 1989, and due to souvenir hunters more recently.
Much of Berlin has been reconstructed, though much evidence of the war remains. Beautiful columns on the museums still have bullet marks on them. The Reichstag and the Brandenburg Gate are magnificent structures, though the Checkpoint Charlie area looks more like sideshow alley. The region of our hotel has been reconstructed in Parisian style, with attics above the 5th ...
... forward to it. Especially as I am only back from Madrid and those two places hardly can be much further apart in Europe.
So keep your fingers crossed, that I am not going to take the wrong plane and end up in Timbuktu or Tansania or Thailand instead of Turkey ;-)
... and selected one of my favourite, the toccata and fugue in D minor. It was wonderful! We had lunch in the museum cafe of sausage soup and local beer. We then went to the art gallery to see the Josef Albers designed windows in the lobby. Albers was a major Bauhaus designer, particularly of glass windows. The museum lobby windows were lovely letting in warm light even on a grey, cold day.
We walked back to the station and caught ...
... will make our own way to a few of them for a proper looksie.
4.00pm and Berlin is nearly in darkness. Nap time is beckoning.
Hmmm....7.00pm not wanting to be to Nansy we rug up (four layers this time) including jacket, and off to the most popular Christmas Market, Gendarmenmarkt.
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