The Flame sculpture, 1962-63, by Bernhard Heiliger, 1915-95, on Ernst Reuter Platz, Berlin, Germany. The square is named after the first mayor of Berlin after the war, 1949-53, who represented a flame of hope for Berliners. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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The Flame sculpture, 1962-63, by Bernhard Heiliger, 1915-95, on Ernst Reuter Platz, Berlin, Germany. The square is named after the first mayor of Berlin after the war, 1949-53, who represented a flame of hope for Berliners. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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