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© Nihad Nino Pušija

Name: Rozalija T., together with her husband Antun T.
Mother tongues: Croatian
Occupations: Sewer, Electrician
Our object: Berlin bear
Our story about it:
I (Rozalija) have lived in Berlin since 1969 (the former West-Berlin). In 1970, I got married to my husband Antun T. We had two children. And Berlin became our second home. At least twice or three times a year, we went home to Slavonia. Every time we came back to Berlin and passed the checkpoint Dreilinden, we felt relieved and took a deep breath after the gloomy transit through the GDR. On the Western side of this checkpoint we were welcomed by a sculpture of the Berlin bear, a sculpture which you still find at the same spot. For us, the bear represents the inexpressible feeling of relief when we had regained our freedom.