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October 01, 2009
40-year-old former refugee Markus Rindt looks out of the so-called 'train of freedom' at the train station...
Prague, Czech Republic
40-year-old former refugee Rindt looks out of the the so-called 'train of freedom' at the train station...
40-year-old former refugee Markus Rindt looks out of the so-called 'train of freedom' at the train station of Prague October 1, 2009. The 'train of freedom' left Prague on Thursday on its way to the western German town of Hof in northern Bavaria to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the liberation of some 4,000 East German refugees that fled into the German embassy in Prague, the capital of the former Warsaw Pact state of Czechoslovakia. The train journey from Prague, through Dresden to western Germany was a milestone in the fall of the Berlin Wall just a few weeks later on November 9, 1989. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay (CZECH REPUBLIC POLITICS SOCIETY)
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