A view of the sculpture 'Mauerspringer' (Walljumper), made by Florian and Michael Brauer and Edward Anders, on the so-called 'death strip', no man's land, of the former Berlin Wall site at the Bernauer Strasse, July 29, 2009. The sculpture is based on the photograph showing former East German border soldier Hans Conrad Schumann jumping over a barbed wire at the Bernauer Strasse on August 15, 1961 to escape from East Berlin to West Berlin.       REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY POLITICS ANNIVERSARY)
RM2CJ9GYYA view of the sculpture 'Mauerspringer' (Walljumper), made by Florian and Michael Brauer and Edward Anders, on the so-called 'death strip', no man's land, of the former Berlin Wall site at the Bernauer Strasse, July 29, 2009. The sculpture is based on the photograph showing former East German border soldier Hans Conrad Schumann jumping over a barbed wire at the Bernauer Strasse on August 15, 1961 to escape from East Berlin to West Berlin. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY POLITICS ANNIVERSARY)
A view of the sculpture 'Mauerspringer' (Walljumper), made by Florian and Michael Brauer and Edward Anders, on the so-called 'death strip', no man's land, of the former Berlin Wall site at the Bernauer Strasse, July 29, 2009. The sculpture is based on the photograph showing former East German border soldier Hans Conrad Schumann jumping over a barbed wire at the Bernauer Strasse on August 15, 1961 to escape from East Berlin to West Berlin.       REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY POLITICS CITYSCAPE ANNIVERSARY)
RM2CPRG2WA view of the sculpture 'Mauerspringer' (Walljumper), made by Florian and Michael Brauer and Edward Anders, on the so-called 'death strip', no man's land, of the former Berlin Wall site at the Bernauer Strasse, July 29, 2009. The sculpture is based on the photograph showing former East German border soldier Hans Conrad Schumann jumping over a barbed wire at the Bernauer Strasse on August 15, 1961 to escape from East Berlin to West Berlin. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY POLITICS CITYSCAPE ANNIVERSARY)
A view of the sculpture 'Mauerspringer' (Walljumper), made by Florian and Michael Brauer and Edward Anders, on the 'death strip', a no man's land, of the former Berlin Wall site at the Bernauer Strasse, July 29, 2009. The sculpture is based on the photograph showing former East German border soldier Hans Conrad Schumann jumping over a barbed wire at the Bernauer Strasse on August 15, 1961 to escape from East Berlin to West Berlin.       REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY SOCIETY IMAGES OF THE DAY)
RM2CNGCCFA view of the sculpture 'Mauerspringer' (Walljumper), made by Florian and Michael Brauer and Edward Anders, on the 'death strip', a no man's land, of the former Berlin Wall site at the Bernauer Strasse, July 29, 2009. The sculpture is based on the photograph showing former East German border soldier Hans Conrad Schumann jumping over a barbed wire at the Bernauer Strasse on August 15, 1961 to escape from East Berlin to West Berlin. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY SOCIETY IMAGES OF THE DAY)