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Berlin Wall Memorial
Gedenkstätte Berliner Mauer

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City Park
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Opening Soon Open on Tue-Sun,10:00am-6:00pm
Recommended Sightseeing Time: 1-2 hours
Address: Bernauer Strasse 111, 13355 Berlin
Phone: +49-30-213085166

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Visited Berlin for an international conference. One evening, after dinner, took a little time to wander around the city. The air was still cool and the lights on both sides were not crowded. Since there is no time to visit other attractions in Berlin, I am trying to find the Berlin Wall. There is no online map so convenient, looking for a place to ask. Watch the passers-by, random middle-aged gentleman to ask the way. I didn't expect that the middle-aged gentleman would say anything, and he would be very enthusiastic about sending us directly to the Berlin Wall and explaining some of the relevant facts. The Berlin Wall (Berlin Wall) is a wall built by the German government in the cold war to separate the West Berlin border from the West Berlin city under the jurisdiction of the Federal Republic of Germany. The purpose was to prevent the free movement of people between the Democratic Germany (including the capital East Berlin) and the West Berlin, which belongs to the Federal Republic. The Berlin Wall was a symbol of the division of Germany and an important landmark building that marked the beginning of the cold war. In June 1990, the government of the Democratic Republic of Germany decided to dismantle the Berlin Wall. The fall of the Berlin Wall marked the reunification of Germany, part of the upheaval in Eastern Europe, and the disintegration of the Soviet Union and the end of the Cold War. The wall we are seeing now is not the original wall, but a wall that was rebuilt at its original site in June 2000, to commemorate that history. There are graffiti on the wall, and a sign says it all.   Finally, a picture was taken along the river Spree, leaving the German people with a lasting legacy of enthusiasm and goodwill.

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The Berlin Wall Ruins Memorial Park used to be the boundary line between the East and West. There is a section of the Berlin Wall with barriers and guard posts that allow visitors to touch the historical objects. It used to be a no-man's land and a place of death. Nowadays, the lawn is paved on the ground, and the cemented Berlin wall and the rusted metal frame show a peaceful and solemn atmosphere against the blue sky and white clouds.
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