Photos taken back in June, 2007 on a short visit to the August Horch Museum in Zwickau, Germany. Horch is one of the four rings of Audi and is a great collection of cars built in the eastern region of Germany which for the period of the Cold War was behind the Iron Curtain.
On of the cars built in Zwickau was the Trabant, one of the enduring symbols of of East Germany.
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