The buildings of entire central districts used to look like this or worse – charred by white phosphorus, precariously repaired (or not at all), peppered with bullet and shrapnel holes, happily decaying away.
Remarkably, beyond the facades and in the backyards, a few are still standing in such conditions.
If you get this kind of perverse sense of aesthetics, you will agree that they have been playing a big role in making Berlin so spectacular and uniquely beautiful.
In the Marathon plain preserved the earthen mound alt. 9 m. Created to cover the bodies of dead militants Athens.
More on the story of the chapel here: Italian chapel story
Taken using my Panasonic Lumix GX7.