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007 Book location: House at the corner of Kochstrasse and Wilhelmstrasse / The Living Daylights (1966)

Bond book: The Living Daylights (1966)

Place and location in the book: House at the corner of Kochstrasse and Wilhelmstrasse, West-Berlin, West-Germany
Actual place and location: House at the corner of Kochstrasse and Wilhelmstrasse, Berlin, Germany
What happens here in the book: Bond should shoot the sniper from this apartment.
Visited by 007 Travelers: 2012

“The ugly six-storey building at the corner of Kochstrasse and the Wilhelmstrasse was the only one standing in a waste of empty bombed space. Bond paid off his taxi and got a brief impression of waist-high weeds and half-tidied rubble walls stretching away to a big deserted crossroads lit by a central cluster yellowish arc lamps, before he pushed the bell for the fourth floor and at once heard the click of the door opener.”

Ian Fleming: “The Living Daylights”



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