Yesterday I published a post about the most famous landmark in Germany – the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin. A stone’s throw away is the Reichstag building that houses the Bundestag, Germany’s national parliament.
I find the Reichstag unique because it is crowned by a glass dome and it has Soviet graffiti inside. The glass dome is visible outside the building, but the graffiti aren’t.
I posted an article about the graffiti on November 28, 2009, when I was in Berlin. It’s not very detailed, so I’ll write a better piece in the near future, probably next week.