We have previously written about borders that are nowadays only visible on the map. Here is one more example. The picture above shows the border between Lithuania and Latvia.
We have previously visited the border crossing at Narva-Ivangorod. It’s still heavily guarded. Now we make a visit at a border crossing between Germany and the Czech Republic to see how it looked before the Czech Republic became part of the Schengen area.
We are in the Estonian town of Narva. We will take a look how it is where you drive into Russia. This is the first article about the borders of Europe. It’s also a place where both NATO and Russia want to show their muscles. And what does Lenin point at above?