Berlin Wall is officially known as Brandenburg Gate and was the only visible physical manifestation of the Cold War.
The popular ‘fall of Berlin wall’ paved the way for a united Germany and reshaping of the modern world with the end of communism.
Berlin Wall, its dismantling, the cultural extravaganza, its freeness are all fundamental inspiration of the pop culture and holds historic significance in Eastern Europe
I hope our quotes on the Berlin Wall echoes that sentiment even today.
Best Berlin Wall Quotes and Sayings
The Berlin Wall is the defining achievement of socialism.
– George Will
Berlin is well on its way to becoming one of the most vibrant startup hubs in the world.
– Jawed Karim
Berlin stimulates like arsenic.
– Harold Nicolson
Berlin is like being abroad in Germany. It’s German, but not provincial.
– Claudia Schiffer
In Berlin, things are serious but not hopeless. In Vienna, they are hopeless but not serious.
– Karl Kraus
Berlin’s getting dark before it’s getting late.
– Charlotte Eriksson
Berlin is all about volatility. Its identity is based not on stability but on change.
– Rory MacLean
Whereas the slums in Hamburg are the slums of its sailors, Berlin is a big slum.
– Kathy Acker
I don’t think there is anything in the whole earth that you can’t learn in Berlin except the German language.
– Mark Twain
If there was an earthquake in Berlin the police would take charge of it and conduct it in that sort of orderly way that would make you think it was a prayer-meeting.
– Mark Twain
In the past Berlin was much more radical and extreme and now it’s becoming much more of a conventional European city.
– Olafur Eliasson
Nobody had forgotten anything here. In Berlin, you had to wrestle with the past, you had to build on the ruins, inside them. It wasn’t like America where we scraped the earth clean, thinking we could start again every time.
– Janet Fitch
The ethos of East Berlin punk infused the city with a radical egalitarianism and a DIY approach to maintaining independence-to conjuring up the world you want to live in regardless of the situation or surroundings.
– Tim Mohr
If it was possible to objectively measure the spiritual life of a city—through the language of its municipal charter, the legislative influence of its church leaders, the ratio of religious institutions to residents, its weekly church attendance, the judicious enforcement of Blue Laws, and so forth—then Berlin…would have to be considered as one of the most faithless—or heathen—cities in the Western world.
– Mel Gordon
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