Britain's Prince Harry has paid tribute to the people killed trying to escape communist East Germany across the Berlin Wall.
The 26-year-old prince on Sunday laid a wreath at a memorial in the German capital's Bernauer Strasse — which contains one of the few remaining sections of the barrier.
It was accompanied by a message that read: "For all those who have paid the ultimate sacrifice in pursuit of freedom. Harry."
Researchers estimate that 136 people were killed while trying to cross the Berlin Wall between its building in 1961 and 1989, when East Germany opened its border.
Harry earlier Sunday visited the Brandenburg Gate, a symbol of Germany's Cold War division and its reunification. He was honored for his charity work at a television gala Saturday night.
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