I'm here in Berlin-West. In front the wall continues to left. So you are looking though DDR back to the West-houses. You will find here a lot of infos about the Berlin Wall. Once more much more than I can say....
Классно! Жаль что не нашёл это раньше!
Thans for visit, AHTOXA!
I am very interested in all that relates to the Berlin Wall. Can I ask questions? Thank you.
Hello AHTOXA, ask what you want. If I can, I will try to answer...
I am interested in how guarded border on the water, including the Spree. Was the navigation on the river? Thank you.
In this area the political border was indeed in parts in the middle of the river. The real border for people however was backwards behind the waterside. On the water it was marked by buoyages. Inaccessible for east-people and better not "toched" by west-people...
Yes, I read about it, but it is about Oberebaumbrücke. Part of the river still held on the territory of western Berlin. Some of the Reichstag Building to Konradshöhe. Interestingly as overlapping river in these places?
Sorry for my English, this online translator Google.=)
There is no problem with your english. It is a wonder, what we can do today. Some years ago it was not possible to understand each other!!!
Part of the river was 100% west. Other part 100% east or 50:50 in the middle.
Here in the middle of the Glienicker-Bridge over the river "Havel" the border was too.
See here some info in your language...Мост Глинике...
Ich war 1975 in einer 5. Klasse in West-Berlin, nicht allzu weit von diesem Aufnahmeort entfernt. Deine Bilder sind gleichsam eine Reise in meine Berliner Vergangenheit; Danke dafür.
Nostalgische Grüße, Tom Bombadil
Gern geschehen, Tom. Hab zu der Zeit dort studiert...
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