Robert Wallis

Berlin, GERMANY

East German Border Guards look through a newly opened section of the Berlin Wall a few days after the opening of the Wall on November 9, 1989. In the background is the former "death strip", or no-man's land, between segments of the Wall that was almost impossible to cross. On the top of the Wall are celebrating East and West Germans who would have been shot only a few days before. The side facing East remains white while the West facing side is covered in graffiti. A caption reads "Walls exist just to be pulled down."

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Robert Wallis
City
Berlin
Country
GERMANY
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none
Max size
High Resolution
3611 x 2436 pixels
30.57 x 20.62 cm (300 dpi)
12.04 x 8.12 inch (300 dpi)
1.9 MB size on disk
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