where else but a part of the remaining Wall in Berlin, now the East Side Gallery:

Linked to One Word Sunday at Debbie’s here


  1. Always good to have views of That Wall, now re-purposed

  2. It’s fake. 😉 Those trabants (that’s the car make) were made of cardboard and would have never been able to smash a hole in any wall. (Great picture – I hope these murals are left and not overwritten with tags and the like as is so often the case.)

    • Sue

      It is indeed fake, the wall would have won over the car…and weren’t they 2 stroke engines, the type seen in lawn mowers

      • Yes, they were. And there are innumerous jokes about them. Only two people were necessary to build a trabi – one for folding, and one for glueing. Nevertheless, it was a much coveted automobile. It’s tag number was 601. 600 people ordered one and one was delivered.

  3. I haven’t been back to Berlin since I visited it in the GDR days. I would like to go again one day.
    Best wishes, Pete.

    • Sue

      You would find it VERY different, not least because there is more colour, and advertising!..gone is the dingy brown and grey

  4. That is a very cool wall Sue 😀 😀

  5. I never thought I’d see the wall come down in my lifetime. My how things have changed.

  6. It’s interesting to look at the painted remnants. Some very interesting street art. A few years back it had been badly tagged and then hidden away behind wire fences. But earlier this year I passed it on my way back to the airport and it was clean and tidy and no protective fencing.

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