Because the Olympus Pen EE3 is a half frame it gets you 72 photo’s on a roll of 36 film. So this update will contain quite a few photo’s from berlin.
We took two walking tours something we normally don’t do, but because of the massive amount of history in this city we were glad we did. We visited Sachsenhausen which was a model concentration camp. That is where they figured out the most efficient ways to organize the logistics of setting up the concentration camps during world war 2.
A walking tour of downtown Berlin itself was also packed full of information about the Berlin Wall era down to standing on a parking lot where underneath the bunker where Hitler killed himself was. Hmm that’s a badly written sentence.
Major memorial in Berlin dedicated to the jews that were killed in WW2.
Entrance of the Sachsenhausen concentration camp.
Remaining parts of the Berlin Wall
Bullet holes left intact from WW2.
One of the most famous pieces of art on the remaining standing part of the wall. This was a famous kiss between the then ruler of East Germany and the USSR.