"Move or Stop"
it looks like a child:)
you know, it's funny, wherever i go, i meet your comments :):):) i think every 10th photo en GE has your comment:) or we have the same interest for places?:):):)
It means "move" and it's a symbol for the former East Germany that the wanted to keep
/to nordhäuser: i was to germany in may. we met many emigrants from Russia and former soviet countries, and they say that there's much difference between eastern and western germans, and they certainly prefer comunicate and live with the eastern rather when the western germans. I wonder, why this difference still exists, and why do you say that "move" is a symbol of the former East Germany? I'm happy that Portugal was beaten by Germany) congratulations:):):)
I believe East Germans want to keep some of their differences because they feel a little bit different from the West Germans, so they still use this "move" instead of changing to the standard one.
i don't think i get it quite well, but it's interesting, i never knew about it, thank you:)
you are welcome ;)
Good picture :)
Ha ! Yes, indeed ! That's DDR !!!
Really miss Germany..Eastern part of Germany is charming in a way...The people also nice and kind :)
If you go up north to Mecklenburg-Vorpommern..it's really charming cities up there. Unfortunately, only few people knows that part.
Next time you guys shld visit Schwerin, Luebeck ..Wismar and Rostock, Warnemuende..Guestrow..and around...Baltic sea area.
Great shot!! ;) :D :D :D
Green for the little ped? Then it's red for the Trabants.
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Photo taken in Anger, Leipzig, Germany
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