This is probably the most famous painting on the Berlin Wall but what is it?
This isn't two gay men shifting the face off each other, which I've got to admit I initially thought it was. It's actually a special form of greeting between the statesmen of Communist countries that demonstrates the special connection that exists between Socialist states. This painting is a depiction of a photograph taken in 1979 of Brezhnev, the General Secretary of the Soviet Union at the time, and Honeker, the General Secretary of the East German Communist Party.
SIDE NOTE: Although it looks like there's no-one around, there's actually a load of people waiting their turn for a snap with this iconic painting.