More than 240 of these sections – each weighing tonnes – can be found in over 140 countries and on every continent.
The remains of the Berlin Wall have been scattered across the globe and serve as witnesses to the Cold War and the confrontation between democratic states and dictatorships. Unattached from the concrete interpretations from where the segments of Wall once stood, they make one thing very clear: people allover the world remember the division of Germany and the joy felt when the Wall fell. The Wall is still seen today as a symbol of the collapse of the totalitarian communist systems.
The Berlin Wall in Italy, Poland, Korea and at the Mars.