The East Side Gallery is the most famous standing section of the Berlin Wall, there are other, less frequented remains of the structure.
Serious partying established Berlin's clubbing reputation in the 90s: Techno was the sound of reuniting East and West Germany. Now the cult club Tresor turns 25 - and electronic music is more popular than ever.
The last communist elected to office in Britain is calling it a day. After more than four decades as a local councilor in Scotland and long after the Party faded from British politics, Willie Clarke is retiring.
An annual survey of environmental education projects, hosted by German President Joachim Gauck, presents 200 climate and environmental projects - large and small - against the backdrop of Berlin's Bellevue Palace.
"Where can we see the Wall?" is a question frequently asked by tourists. Remnants of the 155-kilometer-long Cold War frontier can be seen at the East Side Gallery, Checkpoint Charlie and on Bernauer Strasse.
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