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TOPSHOTS Workers remove the head of a statue of the late Soviet leader Vladimir Ilyich Lenin which was buried in a forest in the east of Berlin on September 10, 2015. A quarter-century after the fall of the Berlin Wall, Lenin made a comeback of sorts as authorities unearthed a granite head of the Russian revolutionary to truck it across the German capital. The 3.5 tonne granite piece, long buried and half forgotten in a forest on the edge of the city, will become an eye-catching highlight of a new museum exhibit of key figures that played a role in Germany's turbulent history. AFP PHOTO / DPA / WOLFGANG KUMM +++ GERMANY OUT +++
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