Plaques showing construction workers celebrating the GDR's 5 year plan development program in the 1950s on the facade of Paulick Block C, a residential building with shops and restaurants on the ground floor, on Karl Marx Allee, a monumental socialist boulevard built 1952-65 by the former East German state, Berlin, Germany. The building was designed by Richard Paulick, a leading figure in the redevelopment of East German cities. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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Plaques showing construction workers celebrating the GDR's 5 year plan development program in the 1950s on the facade of Paulick Block C, a residential building with shops and restaurants on the ground floor, on Karl Marx Allee, a monumental socialist boulevard built 1952-65 by the former East German state, Berlin, Germany. The building was designed by Richard Paulick, a leading figure in the redevelopment of East German cities. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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