Google Doodle celebrates 30th anniversary of the Fall of the Berlin Wall
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Google on Saturday celebrated the 30th year of the fall of the Berlin Wall with a doodle that captured the essence of the breaking down of boundaries that separated many families. The doodle created by Berlin-based guest artist Max Guther, shows a man and woman walk over the wall brought down. It was the moment that signalled the simultaneous end of the Cold War and the beginning of reunification of East and West Germany.

The couple embraces in the middle of a wall that has been pulled down in the middle. “Tor auf!” (Open the gate!) roared the crowds gathered at the Berlin Wall on this evening in 1989.

“During a government press conference, an official spokesman’s hasty statement gave reporters and TV viewers the mistaken impression that East Germany would be allowing free travel between East and West Berlin.”

Google Doodle celebrates 30th anniversary of the Fall of the Berlin Wall

Breaking down boundaries: Google celebrates 30th anniversary of fall of Berlin Wall with special doodle

Google Doodle Celebrates Anniversary Of Fall Of Berlin Wall



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