More than 25 years since the fall of the Berlin Wall, which once separated East Berlin from West Berlin, hundreds of the wall’s portions stand scattered in countries throughout the world.
In fact, more pieces of it actually reside in other countries than in Berlin — or Germany — itself, according to The Guardian.
We’ve put together a collection of images that show where pieces of the wall stand today and how they look in different countries, from a segment gifted to Nelson Mandela in South Africa to a massive display in Los Angeles.
'The Day the Wall Came Down' is a statue in the George H.W. Bush Library, in College Station, Texas. The statue depicts horses bolting for freedom over six broken segments of the Berlin Wall.
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