An 18th century colonnaded portico called Mohrenkollonaden, originally a barracks for military musicians, some of whom were Moors, on Mohrenstrasse, Mitte, Berlin, Germany. This road was heavily bombed in the Second World War, but most of the buildings have been renovated. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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An 18th century colonnaded portico called Mohrenkollonaden, originally a barracks for military musicians, some of whom were Moors, on Mohrenstrasse, Mitte, Berlin, Germany. This road was heavily bombed in the Second World War, but most of the buildings have been renovated. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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