The beaches of the German resort town of Boltenhagen on the Baltic Sea on August 5, 2015, were a reflection of a lingering cultural divide between those who until unification 25 years ago were East and West Germans. Formerly communist easterners like bathing nude, while westerners find the practice a bit disturbing.
The beaches of the German resort town of Boltenhagen on the Baltic Sea on August 5, 2015, were a reflection of a lingering cultural divide between those who until unification 25 years ago were East and West Germans. Formerly communist easterners like bathing nude, while westerners find the practice a bit disturbing. Claudia Himmelreich McClatchy
The beaches of the German resort town of Boltenhagen on the Baltic Sea on August 5, 2015, were a reflection of a lingering cultural divide between those who until unification 25 years ago were East and West Germans. Formerly communist easterners like bathing nude, while westerners find the practice a bit disturbing. Claudia Himmelreich McClatchy

The naked truth about Germany: Clothing is optional

August 14, 2015 01:54 PM

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