The remains of the infamous Berlin Wall have now become the
largest open-air art gallery in the world. The longest section of
the wall, which has been preserved, stretches from Ostbahnhof
station to the Oberbaumbrucke, and has been given over to graffiti
artists from around the world. A total of 118 artists from 21
countries have exerted their skills on the 4,318-foot (1,316m) long
section of the wall, and this collection has become a Berlin
landmark and a tourist attraction. Best known paintings are Dimitri
and Gunther Shaefer's
. The gallery is billed as an international
memorial for freedom.
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