10 April 2018, Germany, Neuhardenberg: Dietmar Zimmermann, chairman of the local heritage association 'Heimatverein Neuhardenberg e.V.' places a road sign which reads 'Neuhardenberg - Marxwalde' on a wall of the local heritage museum. The town was previoulsy known as Marxwalde after German philosopher, economist and social theorist Karl Marx (May, 05 1818 - March, 14 1883) during the GDR era and renamed to Neuhardenberg after the fall of the Berlin Wall. Photo: Patrick Pleul/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa

10 April 2018, Germany, Neuhardenberg: Dietmar Zimmermann, chairman of the local heritage association 'Heimatverein Neuhardenberg e.V.' places a road sign which reads 'Neuhardenberg - Marxwalde' on a wall of the local heritage museum. The town was previoulsy known as Marxwalde after German philosopher, economist and social theorist Karl Marx (May, 05 1818 - March, 14 1883) during the GDR era and renamed to Neuhardenberg after the fall of the Berlin Wall. Photo: Patrick Pleul/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa Stock Photo
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