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The typical situation at a Schengen border (here near Kufstein between Germany and Austria): The traffic island marks the spot where a control post once stood, which was, however, torn down in 2000. Most of the border office buildings all over the Schengen area were either torn down, converted to shops/residential houses or are vacant, as it is the case with the grey building on the left. Photo taken in September 2006.

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