Tomorrow, November 9 marks the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall.
1989 saw the reunification of friends and families divided by concrete walls and barbed wire for close to 30 years when the wall came down.
Kim, Lucas and I visited the Berlin twice in recent years and really enjoyed the city. What’s left of the wall today is essentially mini-museums which each tell a story. (At times you might need a bit of an imagination to think about what the city/ country must’ve been like while divided when walking by the wall segments.) Continue reading Fall of Berlin Wall Anniversary- 8,000 Balloons Lit to Recreate Divided City