Berlin Wall was built in 1969 to divide the country into East and West Berlin. It was a dangerous 12 years for German citizens who were seperated from family and friends by the wall because this 3-metre tall concrete was designed to kill anyone who tried to cross it. Guards would be on the lookout for trespassers and shoot them down from their towers. There were bombs and traps covering the 10-metre space between the two walls, ready to catch any stealthy crawlers.
When the wall finally came down in 1981, Germans rejoiced and began rebuilding their economy back to the beautiful, modern Berlin we know of today.
Here are some of the snapshots I took on Sunday, 24th March 2019.