The Iron Curtain once scarred the heart of Europe with a hostile and empty no-man’s land 4,000 miles long. 15 years after its fall, the curtain’s former route remains a largely undeveloped swath of land that no one quite knows what to do with. Portions of the land have already been turned into National Parks, and there is now a movement afoot to make the entire curtain zone into an international greenbelt stretching from Finland to Greece. The Christian Science Monitor has more…
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