Critical Mass at the Brandenburg Gate
First, when Napoleon took the city, he marched his army through the Brandenburger Tor.
Then when the Nazis took power, they marched their army through the Brandenburger Tor.
It lay in near-ruins after the war, and then later was closed off from the public when it was in the killzone between the Berlin Wall.
Now the public is invited. All the time.
Critical Mass is CRITICAL.
A shining beacon and city called home.