Berlin wall remaining section - stock photo

200 meters of the Wall at Niederkirchnerstraße mark the border between the districts of Mitte (East Berlin) and Kreuzberg (West Berlin) – have been preserved with all the traces of the destruction that occurred during the transitional period. This fragment of the Wall, designated a historic monument in 1990, now forms part of the Topography of Terror Documentation Center. As one of the few surviving sectors of the Wall in the city, it is also one of the central sites in the “Overall Concept for the Berlin Wall” developed by the Berlin Senate.
200 meters of the Wall at Niederkirchnerstraße mark the border between the districts of Mitte (East Berlin) and Kreuzberg (West Berlin) – have been preserved with all the traces of the destruction that occurred during the transitional period. This fragment of the Wall, designated a historic monument in 1990, now forms part of the Topography of Terror Documentation Center. As one of the few surviving sectors of the Wall in the city, it is also one of the central sites in the “Overall Concept for the Berlin Wall” developed by the Berlin Senate.
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