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Alexander Faludy 13h
An important reminder from that the had to be cut before the could fall.
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BlackLabelProperties 14h
Thankfully, there are no boundaries now. Happy cycling! 🚵‍♂️ “It’s so open and welcoming – you’re as likely to hear Spanish or Portuguese in a bar as German, and many workplaces operate in English.”
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Toppy-san Stacks Jun 15
The view from the top of Fuji-san is tremendous.
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Deutschland.de/en 11h
The East-West conflict of the 1950s & 60s had its effects, especially on . While the invested in the & of the , the went through a & the construction of the .
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Jeremy Minsberg Jun 16
Back to the wall: cycling Berlin's Mauerweg. As the 30th anniversary of its fall approaches, a cycle ride along the route of the Berlin Wall reveals a once-divided city now open and welcoming
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Amy Maranto 19h
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Mitsuhiro Miyamoto🇩🇪🇯🇵 Jun 16
Any good documentary with English subtitle to learn the history of Berlin wall??
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Isha SG Jun 14
And always topped the reasons for USSR split..
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Jeremy Moore Jun 16
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PC McArdle Jun 14
Replying to @MSNBC @realDonaldTrump
Happy Birthday, , you young thing.
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ba_visa Jun 9
Sections of the Berlin Wall on display
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Richard Andrzejak Jun 9
original line of the marked with these two bricks
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Kelly “Mother of Felines” Jun 10
When I think of Berlin ... My first though is of Kennedy: “Ich bin ein Berliner”
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☂︎ Gianky 🖖 Jun 13
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PRS #FBPE #PeoplesVote #European Jun 15
This November marks the 30th anniversary of the fall of the ... meanwhile is still a fascist twat.
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Sebastian Bruns Jun 9
Your monthly reminder that freedom isn't free.
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SCSGMops Jun 12
Today in 1987 delivered one of the most historic speeches of the . In front of the he told leader Mikhail Gorbachev "Tear Down This Wall!" 3-years later the Wall was gone and the was no more.
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Ashleigh Rader 3h
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Odyssey Station Jun 12
On June 12th, 1987 during a speech near the , U.S. President Ronald Reagan challenged Soviet Premier Mikhail Gorbachev to “tear down this wall." It wouldn't be until 1989 that the oppressive wall was finally torn down.
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Jared Ropelato Jun 12
I'm a fan of walls coming down.
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