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Berlin wall

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A citizen of East Berlin peers through barbed wire at a West Berliner over the Berlin Wall, Berlin, Germany, 1960s. The mass immigration of Germans from Communist Berlin to Western Berlin inspired East Germany military leader Erich Honeker to construct the blockade, a barricade of concrete walls, mine fields and guard posts that stretched for 100 miles. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

A citizen of East Berlin peers through barbed wire at a West Berliner over the Berlin Wall, Berlin, Germany, 1960s. The mass immigration of Germans from Communist Berlin to Western Berlin inspired East Germany military leader Erich Honeker to construct the blockade, a barricade of concrete walls, mine fields and guard posts that stretched for 100 miles. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Barbed wire on top of the Berlin Wall. Photograph by Paul Schutzer. Berlin, Germany, August 1961.

Barbed wire on top of the Berlin Wall. Photograph by Paul Schutzer. Berlin, Germany, August 1961.

The Berlin Wall.

The fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989 paved the way for a series of bright, edgy urban spaces that today complement the city's intriguing history.

Raw Gelände - A large and old industrial former train yard complex from the GDR time. Many warehouses have been converted into artist work-spaces, clubs, bars, cafés & beer-gardens. On Sunday there is a flea-markets and there's even an indoor climbing wall and skate-park. Graffiti alternative hipster 2.0.

Berlin’s east, Friedrichshain has a punky, alternative vibe. Linked to the Kreuzberg district it’s home to techno clubs like Berghain.

25 Years After Tiananmen Square, Liberal Democracy Still Stands - WSJ

Twenty-five years after Tiananmen Square and the Berlin Wall's fall, liberal democracy still has no real competitors, writes Francis Fukuyama.