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Luebeck, the Burgtor Museum
Germany

An old Trabant put into pieces and waiting to be brought into the Burgtor Museum in Lübeck, Germany. Due to the 20th anniversary of the German-German reunion, an exhibition take place in the Burgtor Museum, depicting the life on both sides of the former inner German frontier, as well as during the East Germany's soft revolution 1989. Since Lübeck was a frontier town on the West side until 1990, the city saw lots of Trabant cars coming from East Germany after the Wall was open.

Copyright: Alexander jensko
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Uploaded: 03/08/2011
Updated: 06/08/2014
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Tags: luebeck; trabant; gdr; ddr; wreck; east germany; history; burgtor; museum
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