Elena Mennella

Elena Mennella

Elena Mennella
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Pink Floyd The Wall Live at Berlin (1990)

Pink Floyd The Wall Live at Berlin (1990)

The Fall of the Berlin Wall, November 9, 1989    The East German government announces that visits in West Germany and West Berlin will be permitted. Thousands of East Berliners pass into West Berlin as border guards stand by. People begin tearing down the wall which is opened.

The Fall of the Berlin Wall, November 9, 1989 The East German government announces that visits in West Germany and West Berlin will be permitted. Thousands of East Berliners pass into West Berlin as border guards stand by. People begin tearing down the wall which is opened.

Fall of the Berlin Wall, 1990

Fall of the Berlin Wall, 1990

-- #LyricArt for "Hey You - 2011 - Remaster" by Pink Floyd

-- #LyricArt for "Hey You - 2011 - Remaster" by Pink Floyd

I love this album

I love this album

Pink Floyd The Wall Art | Pink Floyd- The Wall by ~electricsorbet on deviantART

Pink Floyd The Wall Art | Pink Floyd- The Wall by ~electricsorbet on deviantART

La caduta del muro di Berlino

La caduta del muro di Berlino

The fall of the Berlin Wall, 1989. The first major historical event I remember, and the most magical

The fall of the Berlin Wall, 1989. The first major historical event I remember, and the most magical

Aforismario®: Muro - Aforismi, frasi e proverbi

Aforismario®: Muro - Aforismi, frasi e proverbi

Berlin Wall Comes Down - The date on which the Wall fell is considered to have been 9 November 1989 but the Wall in its entirety was not torn down immediately. Starting that evening and in the days and weeks that followed, people came to the wall with sledgehammers or otherwise hammers and chisels to chip off souvenirs, demolishing lengthy parts of it in the process and creating several unofficial border crossings.

Berlin Wall Comes Down - The date on which the Wall fell is considered to have been 9 November 1989 but the Wall in its entirety was not torn down immediately. Starting that evening and in the days and weeks that followed, people came to the wall with sledgehammers or otherwise hammers and chisels to chip off souvenirs, demolishing lengthy parts of it in the process and creating several unofficial border crossings.