Section of the Berlin Wall depicting a detail of people crowded onto a boat from the painting Wir Sind Ein Volk or The World's People by Schamil Gimajew, damaged by graffiti, part of the East Side Gallery, a 1.3km long section of the Wall on Muhlenstrasse painted in 1990 on its Eastern side by 105 artists from around the world, Berlin, Germany. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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Section of the Berlin Wall depicting a detail of people crowded onto a boat from the painting Wir Sind Ein Volk or The World's People by Schamil Gimajew, damaged by graffiti, part of the East Side Gallery, a 1.3km long section of the Wall on Muhlenstrasse painted in 1990 on its Eastern side by 105 artists from around the world, Berlin, Germany. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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