There’s a part of Berlin’s Reichstag building, home of Germany’s national parliament, where walls could talk. Well, almost.
A bit of history. Zzzzzz. No, I personally find this interesting. You see, by early May 1945 during World War II, Red Army soldiers of the Soviet Union had captured the Reichstag.
So after seizing control of the building, they wrote graffiti on its walls, some of which are still visible.
Our German guide acknowledged she didn’t know how to speak Russian. But she told us that, in a nutshell, the message written on the walls was “losers.”