Looking Statue Of The Warrior Workers Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels in Berlin
Exactly 1 May, the workers celebrating Labor Day. If you happen to be traveling in Berlin, Germany, a time to look at the statue of the warrior worker Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels. Through this sculpture, a traveler can commemorate the struggle of the workers in the past. Karl Marx was a German figure echoing the concept of ‘class struggle’. This concept affects many people, especially the workers of the whole world. For his services, made a statue of Karl Marx on the street Karl-Liebknecht Strasse, Berlin, Germany.
Karl Marx sculpture apparently not alone. Beside it was a statue of Friedrich Engels, a like-minded political thinker Karl Marx. The statue was created in 1986 by the East German government and known as the Marx-Engels. At that time, Berlin was still torn between East Germany and West Germany.
On this sculpture, seen sitting position Marx, Engels while standing next to Marx. The artist who made the sculpture is Ludwig Engelhardt, with bronze materials. If you notice, in the back there are relief sculptures depicting the labor movement and communism throughout the world.
The statue was built in a strategic place and attracts tourists. Some tourists who pass through this statue, usually paused for photographs. After seeing the statue of Marx-Engels, tourists can visit a variety of other tourist attractions located nearby.
Some attractions are not far from the statue Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels include Fersehturm TV tower, Rotes Rathaus city hall building, Museum Insel Alexanderplatz and shopping district. Interesting isn’t it?