An Unsettling Graffiti
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An Unsettling Graffiti

Potsdam Unsettling Graffiti

An Unsettling Graffiti

Potsdam Unsettling Graffiti

I was quietly walking in Potsdam when I stepped into this unsettling graffiti. I couldn’t help looking at it and feeling uneasy. What was making me uncomfortable was the Star of David which, to me, is so strongly linked to the Holocaust. Maybe there’s nothing wrong with this graffiti, but since my attempts to decipher it were fruitless, I still wonder what it means, and continue fo feel unsettled.

If anyone looking at this photo and reading this post knows anything about it, I’d be really interested to know more.

More reading: We Shall Never Forget: Berlin Between Past and Present

 

 

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Travel addict and passionate about photography, Simon Falvo started Wild About Travel back in 2009. Leveraging her strong PR background, she developed an extensive knowledge of Digital Communications and Social Media Marketing. Besides travel writing SImon holds workshops and trainings, she collaborated with tourism boards for digital marketing campaigns and participated as a speaker at several events.
2 Comments
  • Forrest
    Posted at 10:47h, 07 May Reply

    White punks on dope.dom’t worry

  • Jeremy Branham
    Posted at 07:14h, 07 May Reply

    I have to agree. Anything with a Star of David on it would be me suspicious as well. It’s very interesting too since Germans are really strict about racism and antisemitism in Germany. Whether or not you ever find out the answer, it make you ponder and think about the culture and what people are thinking.

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