I'm glad they've left some remnants of the cold war. this sign, outside the Checkpoint Charlie museum, marked the border of the American and Soviet sectors of Berlin.
The Castle Cecilienhof played a big role at the end of World War II. Within its conference rooms on July 17th until the 2nd of August met the Victors of the war and decided how to divide Germany.
Surely you can not see the wall any more. But see the line on the ground? That's right where the wall used to be.
1953 June 17: Rebellion in the eastern part. The Soviet military administration imposed state of emergency and send military forces.
1945: World War II is over. The former capital of the 'Drittes Reich' looks quite scaring, doesn't it.