Near the former Checkpoint Charlie crossing point is a 360-degree panorama by artist Yadegar Asisi. It shows a glimpse of daily life next to the Berlin Wall on a November day in the 1980s. It’s a favorite with tourists.
A visit to Berlin without going to Checkpoint Charlie would be inconceivable for most tourists. But the German division historical site has itself become a divisive place. Now a new concept is being discussed.
A 360-degree panorama of the Berlin Wall stands at the former Checkpoint Charlie border crossing. The panorama was designed by artist Yadegar Asisi, and shows scenes from a November day in 1980. Tourists love it.
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