Berlin Wall becomes an unlikely cycling destination

By | April 14, 2010

In the 20th century there were few more offensive symbols of man’s seemingly unquenchable need to spread hatred, division, and suspicion than the Berlin Wall.

Stark, grey, brutal — the wall was a concrete embodiment of the most stupid example of a siege mentality in history.

Which makes it all the more marvellous that it has been replaced by that most friendly of man-made constructs — the cycle path.

Read more at Metro Toronto


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