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He sounds like Amy, go figure!

“Since it represents a resounding confession of failure and of political weakness, this brutal border closing evidently represents a basic Soviet decision which only war could reverse.”
US President John F. Kennedy in a letter to Willy Brandt on August 18, 1961.

It’s written that ..
Escape  is  a mighty method to destabilise domain
Gratitude to the killed and surviving refugees

“The Wall will be standing in 50 and even in 100 years, if the reasons for it are not removed.”
Erich Honecker, GDR head of state, January 19, 1989


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History, Graffiti, Berlin


A historical hot mess is how I would describe Berlin. The past is yet to shape the future of the city, one said to be one of the most livable places in the world.

It’s known that you can do what you desire whenever you desire it and be who you want to be without being questioned in Berlin. The homeless man busking for ‘weed and alcohol’ is the perfect example, so I do command him for his honesty.

For beer, meat and pastry lovers, this is heaven on earth. But it’s graffiti covering the walls of the city that is worth obsessing over. As cliché as it is it has to be done, you cannot leave Berlin without third wheeling Leonid and Erich in what is referred to as the fraternal kiss.

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