Berlin Wall Section, Leipziger Platz, Berlin DE

Berlin Wall Section, Leipziger Platz, Berlin DE


Berlin, Germany (DE)
One of the few sections of the Berlin Wall that still remains intact. From 1961 to November 9th, 1989 Leipziger Platz was considered a "no man's land" between the inner and outer walls. Now a major hub for business in Berlin, most of the buildings in this plaza have been built since 1989. The Graffiti on both sides of this section are iconic examples of known street artists that painted the Berlin Wall circa 1989 and later.
One of the few sections of the Berlin Wall that still remains intact. From 1961 to November 9th, 1989 Leipziger Platz was considered a "no man's land" between the inner and outer walls. Now a major hub for business in Berlin, most of the buildings in this plaza have been built since 1989. The Graffiti on both sides of this section are iconic examples of known street artists that painted the Berlin Wall circa 1989 and later.
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Links: www.google.com, en.wikipedia.org, www.berlin.de, www.youtube.com, www.youtube.com
By: TROTER

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