Berlin's iconic street art under threat from property developers

Demand for new housing means some of the most famous artwork might soon disappear behind industrial and residential developments.

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    For decades, street art has been a prominent feature of Berlin, showing the story of political and social change.

    But demand for new housing means some of the city's famous artworks might soon disappear.

    Al Jazeera's Dominic Kane reports from Berlin, Germany.


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