Thousands of Berliners protested against the dismantling of a historic stretch of the Berlin Wall. Today known as East Side Gallery, the 1.3km-long section is home to over 100 paintings by artists from all over the world and is considered to be the largest open air gallery in the world. Authorities and developers recently started to take down parts of the wall to make way for a luxury apartment complex.
The timelapse contains almost 400 photos taken along the 1.3km of the Gallery. You can see the whole length of the Wall and most of the art work (when not blocked by protesters or Police cars). It took two hours to get from one end to the other, taking one photo at every 3 steps. Hope it was worth it, and hope the Wall stays intact!
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©TimeLapsus // 3.03.2013

Channel: Environment Channel

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