The Berliner Morgenpost on Tuesday expelled an interactive map online that shows a corresponding comparison of Berlin in 1953 and 2016.
Users can hunt for their addresses in a tip left palm dilemma and see what their community looked like some-more than 6 decades ago – before a Berlin Wall was built in 1961 and while a city was still disorder from a Second World War.
“After a war, Berlin lay in ruins,” a Morgenpost writes.
“Particularly impacted was a centre: in a Mitte district, some-more than half of a buildings were broken or were intensely tough to recover.”
The journal also reports that a city privileged divided 75 million cubic metres of rubble in a years after a war. And a city was struggling with craving and a miss of firewood.
The city was already divided by 1953 as a comrade East German GDR supervision had been determined in 1949. And 1953 was a year of a Jun 17th overthrow of East Berlin workers opposite a GDR supervision – for that a Straße des 17. Juni street, west of a Brandenburg Gate, is named.
See for yourself what Berlin and your home looked like in 1953. Click a couple in a Facebook post below, and started boring a a round in a center to a left or right to see more.