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The Diefenbunker Explores the Berlin Wall

This photo installation by Leslie Hossack simulates a walk along a stretch of the Berlin Wall. (Photo: Leslie Hossack, courtesy of the Diefenbunker)

This photo installation by Leslie Hossack simulates a walk along a stretch of the Berlin Wall. (Photo: Leslie Hossack, courtesy of the Diefenbunker)

The Diefenbunker’s 25 | Berlin commemorates the thousands of acts of civil courage that led to the fall of the Berlin Wall — and, in consequence, the end of the Cold War. It includes three exhibitions: one uses rare photographs, newspaper clippings, and political cartoons to delve into Europe’s 20th century conflicts; another is a mural painted by Canadian and German graffiti artists; and the last is a photo installation that simulates a walk along a stretch of the Berlin Wall. On at the Diefenbunker: Canada’s Cold War Museum until March 31. —Amy Allen
•Diefenbunker: Canada’s Cold War Museum, 3929 Carp Rd., Carp, 613-839-0007. diefenbunker.ca
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