This tiny plastic seafood restaurant is a reminder of the pair's former apartment on the famed Socialist bouelvard Karl-Marx-Allee. They found it, along with a mini-fire station and house, on the building's communal giveaway table. Valder guesses that the toys are East German in origin, and possibly from the '70s. "All of our friends' kids ask their parents to come over to our place just so they can play with them."
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This tiny plastic seafood restaurant is a reminder of the pair's former apartment on the famed Socialist bouelvard Karl-Marx-Allee. They found it, along with a mini-fire station and house, on the building's communal giveaway table. Valder guesses that the toys are East German in origin, and possibly from the '70s. "All of our friends' kids ask their parents to come over to our place just so they can play with them."