Germany - Checkpoint Charlie

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Checkpoint Charlie was the most famous border crossing at Berlin Wall that kept the eastern and western part of Berlin separated from 1961 to 1989. Checkpoint Charlie was removed - along with most of the Berlin Wall - when the Berlin Wall fell in 1989, but a small part of it has been rebuilt next to the Berlin Wall museum.    
 
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This is all that is left of Checkpoint Charlie in Berlin.

This is all that is left of Checkpoint Charlie in Berlin.
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One of the famous signs at Checkpoint Charlie in Berlin.

One of the famous signs at Checkpoint Charlie in Berlin.
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A sign in the pavement near Checkpoint Charlie in Berlin is showing where the Berlin Wall was in this area - before it was torn down.

A sign in the pavement near Checkpoint Charlie in Berlin is showing where the Berlin Wall was in this area - before it was torn down.
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Checkpoint Charlie in Berlin is a very crowded place.

Checkpoint Charlie in Berlin is a very crowded place.
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This is all that is left of Checkpoint Charlie in Berlin.

This is all that is left of Checkpoint Charlie in Berlin.
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Tourists can have their picture taken at Checkpoint Charlie in Berlin.

Tourists can have their picture taken at Checkpoint Charlie in Berlin.
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Berlin Wall Memorial & The Berlin Wall

 

 
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