Photo of the Weisse Kreuze (white crosses) memorial in Berlin
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About this photo
These white crosses are a memorial to those who died trying to escape from the GDR (East Berlin) to West Berlin. The right-most photo commemorates the falling of the Berlin Wall on 9 November 1989. I took this photo on a visit to Berlin around 1997.
the Weisse Kreuze (white crosses) memorial in Berlin
|Camera:||Canon T70 film camera plus Nikon negative scanner|
|Original size:||4030 x 2630 pixels|
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