A fragment of the Wall in the East Side Gallery with artwork by Russian artist Dmitry Vrubel “Danke, Andrej Sacharow" ("Thank you, Andrey Sakharov!“). Andrey Sakharov died several weeks after the fall of the Berlin Wall. The East Side Gallery is one of the few saved pieces of the Berlin Wall, located on Mühlenstraße in the East Berlin quarter Friedrichshain, with the West Berlin quarter Kreuzberg just across the Spree river. In 1990, 118 artists from 21 countries painted the Eastern side of the Berlin Wall — which was untouchable and even deadly before — with brushes and graffiti sprays. Finally, this wall stopped dividing thousands of friends, lovers and relatives! A documentary photograph of Berlin. Exhibition photograph within the framework of the artist's project "Berlin — the City of Change".