Russian artists' paintings on the Berlin Wall

The East Side Gallery forms part of the Berlin Wall Memorial, which also houses a monument to all those who died trying to escape to the western part of the city, and the Chapel of Reconciliation on the site of the old Church of Reconciliation, which was blown up in 1985. // Irina Dubrovskaya "The wall must crumble when the meteorite of love comes flying"

The East Side Gallery forms part of the Berlin Wall Memorial, which also houses a monument to all those who died trying to escape to the western part of the city, and the Chapel of Reconciliation on the site of the old Church of Reconciliation, which was blown up in 1985. // Irina Dubrovskaya "The wall must crumble when the meteorite of love comes flying"

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