It is easy to think a lot of Berlin’s darker history is all over, all done and dusted. And while there are museums and memorials everywhere of a more formal nature, it isn’t until you see casual remnants of the past, lying around and still waiting to be dealt with that you realise there is still a lot of work to be done.
Walking over the bridge on the way to Warshauer Straße station I snapped this photo. Just a few casual chunks of the wall, looking like they were waiting to be cleared off. It was impossible to know how long they had been there, reminding passers by that the city still hasn’t recovered.