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Photos taken in 2006 in the historic and fascinating city of Berlin, capital of Germany .

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Brandenburg Gate
The Brandenburg Gate is a former city gate and the symbol of Berlin. It is the only remaining gate of a series through which once entered Berlin
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Chain
Kurfürstendamm (Kudamm) is a main thoroughfare in Berlin. It contains many unuual monuments and sculptures .
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Bearlin
Symbolic of Berlin is the image of the bear. Throughout the city displays of cosmopolitan bears from around the world are on display.
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New Buildings
New office buildings fill the skies, following the uniting of Germany.
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Shopping mall
One of the many boutique malls that have sprouted in recent years in Berlin.
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View
View of west from east through a crack in the last section of the Berlin wall.
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Recycling
Germany has been at the cutting edge of recycling, long before it became popular or seen as essential. The local authorities have made it very easy to separate your waste in a meaningful way. For many here it has become second-nature to actively do something positive to help future generations.
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Night scene
The serene atmosphere in the Kudamm at night. For such a large city, the streets are very peaceful. Everyone seems to go about their daily life in a contented manner.
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Alexanderplatz
Here is Alexanderplatz in the former east Berlin. A rejuvenated communist-era tram is dwarfed by a towering skyscraper, as berliners wait at the World Clock, a popular meeting place.
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East meets West
The symbols of the cold war still adorn the walls near Checkpoint Charlie, an infamous Berlin border.
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Cranes
Giant cranes unite to drag the city upwards, after years of decay, division and war.
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Berlin Wall
One of a limited number of panels of the Berlin Wall. Modern art and wall murals fluorish in this section, known as the East Side Gallery which has been preserved for poterity.
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Suburbia
The Northern suburbs of Berlin are very asthetic, with a relaxed small town atmosphere.
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Nazi murder camp
The old deceit of the nazi death camps. Arbeit Macht Frei - Work Makes You Free. Sachsenhausen, on the outskirts of Berlin holds an open secret. It contains the remains of a nazi death camp, where 1000s of innocent human beings were murdered during and in several years following the second world war.
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Sachsenhausen
100,000 inmates died there from exhaustion, disease, malnutrition or pneumonia from the freezing cold. Many were executed or died as the result of brutal medical experiments.
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Memorial
Libertas Schulze-Boysen was a German opponent of the Nazis. She gathered pictorial evidence about German war crimes while working in the Reich Ministry. She supported her husband in the quest for uniting opponents of the Nazi régime. Both were arrested and executed for their bravery in 1942.
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Holocaust memorial
Holocaust Memorial designed by Peter Eisenman, near the Brandenburg Gate