epa03610526 Protest banners and posters are stuck in a gap of the wall at the East Side Gallery in Berlin, Germany, 05 March 2013. Several demonstrations and protest actions took place at this spot in the previous days, because a piece of the Berlin Wall was to be removed to build apartments in the area. The placard on top reads 'Was kostet Geschichte' (lit.: What does history cost?). EPA/KAY NIETFELD
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