Today I take you with me to Berlin!
It is so inevitably the feeling of taking a dip into the past when you are in Berlin.
The city, the streets, the wall, the nice old cars still in circulation make the visit even more special.
This city is about history!
Here is the famous Trabant.
The Trabant, more than any other car of the East, was the symbol of the split into two blocks ( Western and Eastern ) that has characterized Europe until 1989. Indeed, it was perhaps ” the” symbol of the fall of the Wall Berlin, and that ‘ memorable year : hundreds of these funny carts crossed the wall , there where , until recently before, the snipers of the infamous ” Checkpoint Charlie ” were shooting on sight anyone trying to move from the western part of Berlin .
Uno dei miei quartieri preferiti nella capitale tedesca si chiama Nicolaiviertel!
Sembra essere un angolo tipico francese, con boutique originali e brasserie dotati di dehors.
Streetstyle in Berlin!
The style is strong, Berlin girls opt for an urban-chic style.
Long and flowing skirt to be practical and glamorous in the German metropolis.
Detail in evidence
Fuchsia socks in sight! Made to be seen!
The wall is what attracts most in this historical city; a past that you should not and can not forget.
Some rests can still be found from the East Side Gallery till Bernauer Strasse. Starting with the East Side Gallerythrough Potsdamer Platz to the Bernauer Strasse follow each other memorials, remains of the Wall, a former guard towers and information boards with illustrations, photographs and articles that provide information and historical reconstructions.
How to start the tour:
the exhibition of art begin in the bank of the Spree River, in the district of Friedrichshain, with a length of 1316 meters, is the longest section of wall still exists intact. Take the Mühlenstrasse to Stralauer Platz, where the remains of the rear wall are visible. Crossing the Schillingbrücke going towards the Heinrich-Heine-Strasse where there was a border crossing.
Continue along the Zimmerstrasse until reaching what was the border crossing Friedrichstrasse / Checkpoint Charlie. Here you will find the Mauermuseum (Wall Museum).