The Berlin Wall:
It was a symbol of the Cold War and the division of Germany. The Berlin Wall was built in the early 1960s to stop the flow of refugees from the East to the West. Today, the Berlin Wall stands for the people's desire for freedom. The fall of the Wall on 9 November 1989 marked the end of the era of the Iron Curtain and at the same time the end of the communist system in Eastern Europe. The reunification of Germany was made possible and the division of Europe ended.
Production in the Berlin manufactory today:
Since 1990, Berlin wall segments have been processed into unique pieces in the Berlin manufactory in the north of Berlin. The production process is divided into many individual work steps. The wall fragments are crushed by hand, brought to the right size and then glued into or onto the acrylic. The paint of the Berlin Wall is usually applied afterwards, since the paint or painting from the years before 1990 has faded for the most part due to the weather.
Piece of the Berlin Wall. Each piece is unique: size, weight and painting of the Berlin Wall pieces vary. All production takes place in Berlin, Germany.
-Authentic piece of the Berlin Wall with a fixed Trabant model in acrylic glass directly from the Berlin manufactory -Certificate
of Authenticity Order
now a piece of history with the car of the GDR: Trabant!