Mühlenstrasse, Berlin. The biggest slice of the notorious Berlin Wall, the East Side Gallery, can be found on Mühlenstrasse. The wall was painted by artist interpreting the events on November 9, 1989 when the Die Mauer came down. Some of the paintings are quite witty - the strongest image being that of former Russian leader Leonid Brezhnev giving his East German counterpart Erich Honecker a deep, passionate kiss. The East Side Gallery is suffering the effects of less skilled graffiti artists, but it is still well worth a visit.