Yvelines. Two works recall the fall of the Berlin Wall at Elancourt
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A small end of the wall was given to him by his twin city of Gräfenhainichen, located in East Germany, on the occasion of the commemoration of the 10 years of the fall of the wall.
In the meadow of the Mousseau farm, a section of wall also recalls the Berlin Wall. This work was produced by the management of the City's heritage service on the basis of drawings appearing on the famous “wall of shame”.
This stele was inaugurated in 2009 to mark the 20th anniversary of the fall of the wall. Next to it, a Peace Wall has been erected. Above, pieces of earthenware painted by children of the town were hung.