Checkpoint Charlie. There is a museum located on site right next to Checkpoint Charlie’s location. It’s an interesting visit, although I’d have to say of the places I’ve visited this week it was by far the most disappointing.
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To me, the Golden Arches behind is a great and wonderful middle digit salute to Marx, Lenin, and Stalin.
Are you still in Berlin? How long you going to be there?
The Pergamon Museum is impressive because of the sheer size of the ruins they have.
Can’t tell which side the commie-pigs were on. That’s what you call ‘victory’.
I’d wager that the sandbags indicate the direction….
I was stationed in West Berlin when the wall came down. It was an interesting time. The original Checkpoint Charlie is at the Allied Museum at the old Outpost Movie Theater, in Dahlem
Huge change from when I visited Checkpoint Charlie in 1983 that’s for sure…much more “interesting” going through there then.
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