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21 September 2021, Brandenburg, Prenzlau: A mouth-nose guard lies discarded on a sidewalk. "What a society throws away reveals a lot about it. From it, conclusions can be drawn about food culture, leisure behaviour and other habits," explains Eva Becker. Archaeologists often examine the remains of human settlements from times long past in order to draw conclusions about the way of life at that time. For Eva Becker, on the other hand, the focus is on legacies from modern times. She doesn't even have to dig deep for that. (to dpa "Searching for clues in the rubbish - archaeologist examines settlement waste") Photo: Patrick Pleul/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa

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21 September 2021, Brandenburg, Prenzlau: Fountains are seen in a square in front of Saint Mary's Church. "What a society throws away reveals a lot about it. From it, conclusions can be drawn about food culture, leisure behaviour and other habits," explains Eva Becker. Archaeologists often examine the remains of human settlements from times long past in order to draw conclusions about the way of life at that time. For Eva Becker, on the other hand, the focus is on legacies from modern times. She doesn't even have to dig deep for that. (to dpa "Searching for clues in the rubbish - archaeologist examines settlement waste") Photo: Patrick Pleul/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa

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21 September 2021, Brandenburg, Prenzlau: A sign for keeping green spaces clean stands in a park. "What a society throws away reveals a lot about it. From it, conclusions can be drawn about food culture, leisure behaviour and other habits," explains Eva Becker. Archaeologists often examine the remains of human settlements from times long past in order to draw conclusions about the way of life at that time. For Eva Becker, on the other hand, the focus is on legacies from modern times. She doesn't even have to dig deep for that. (to dpa "Searching for clues in the rubbish - archaeologist examines settlement waste") Photo: Patrick Pleul/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa

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21 September 2021, Brandenburg, Prenzlau: Garbage from the cracks of a park bench. "What a society throws away reveals a lot about it. From it, conclusions can be drawn about food culture, leisure behaviour and other habits," explains Eva Becker. Archaeologists often examine the remains of human settlements from times long past in order to draw conclusions about the way of life at that time. For Eva Becker, on the other hand, the focus is on legacies from modern times. She doesn't even have to dig deep for that. (to dpa "Searching for clues in the rubbish - archaeologist examines settlement waste") Photo: Patrick Pleul/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa

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21 September 2021, Brandenburg, Prenzlau: Eva Becker, archaeologist, shows an old bicycle lock connected to a pole. "What a society throws away reveals a lot about it. From it, conclusions can be drawn about food culture, leisure behaviour and other habits," explains Eva Becker. Archaeologists often examine the remains of human settlements from times long past in order to draw conclusions about the way of life at that time. For Eva Becker, on the other hand, the focus is on legacies from modern times. She doesn't even have to dig deep for that. (to dpa "Searching for clues in the rubbish - archaeologist examines settlement waste") Photo: Patrick Pleul/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa

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21 September 2021, Brandenburg, Prenzlau: Cigarette butts lie in a rifle drain. "What a society throws away reveals a lot about it. From it, conclusions can be drawn about food culture, leisure behaviour and other habits," explains Eva Becker. Archaeologists often examine the remains of human settlements from times long past in order to draw conclusions about the way of life at that time. For Eva Becker, on the other hand, the focus is on legacies from modern times. She doesn't even have to dig deep for that. (to dpa "Searching for clues in the rubbish - archaeologist examines settlement waste") Photo: Patrick Pleul/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa

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21 September 2021, Brandenburg, Prenzlau: Eva Becker, an archaeologist, used tweezers to pick trash out of the cracks in a park bench. "What a society throws away reveals a lot about it. From it, conclusions can be drawn about food culture, leisure behaviour and other habits," explains Eva Becker. Archaeologists often examine the remains of human settlements from times long past in order to draw conclusions about the way of life at that time. For Eva Becker, on the other hand, the focus is on legacies from modern times. She doesn't even have to dig deep for that. (to dpa "Searching for clues in the rubbish - archaeologist examines settlement waste") Photo: Patrick Pleul/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa

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21 September 2021, Brandenburg, Prenzlau: Garbage from the cracks of a park bench. "What a society throws away reveals a lot about it. From it, conclusions can be drawn about food culture, leisure behaviour and other habits," explains Eva Becker. Archaeologists often examine the remains of human settlements from times long past in order to draw conclusions about the way of life at that time. For Eva Becker, on the other hand, the focus is on legacies from modern times. She doesn't even have to dig deep for that. (to dpa "Searching for clues in the rubbish - archaeologist examines settlement waste") Photo: Patrick Pleul/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa

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21 September 2021, Brandenburg, Prenzlau: Garbage from the cracks of a park bench. "What a society throws away reveals a lot about it. From it, conclusions can be drawn about food culture, leisure behaviour and other habits," explains Eva Becker. Archaeologists often examine the remains of human settlements from times long past in order to draw conclusions about the way of life at that time. For Eva Becker, on the other hand, the focus is on legacies from modern times. She doesn't even have to dig deep for that. (to dpa "Searching for clues in the rubbish - archaeologist examines settlement waste") Photo: Patrick Pleul/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa

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21 September 2021, Brandenburg, Prenzlau: Eva Becker, an archaeologist, used tweezers to pick trash out of the cracks in a park bench. "What a society throws away reveals a lot about it. From it, conclusions can be drawn about food culture, leisure behaviour and other habits," explains Eva Becker. Archaeologists often examine the remains of human settlements from times long past in order to draw conclusions about the way of life at that time. For Eva Becker, on the other hand, the focus is on legacies from modern times. She doesn't even have to dig deep for that. (to dpa "Searching for clues in the rubbish - archaeologist examines settlement waste") Photo: Patrick Pleul/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa

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21 September 2021, Brandenburg, Prenzlau: Eva Becker, an archaeologist, used tweezers to pick trash out of the cracks in a park bench. "What a society throws away reveals a lot about it. From it, conclusions can be drawn about food culture, leisure behaviour and other habits," explains Eva Becker. Archaeologists often examine the remains of human settlements from times long past in order to draw conclusions about the way of life at that time. For Eva Becker, on the other hand, the focus is on legacies from modern times. She doesn't even have to dig deep for that. (to dpa "Searching for clues in the rubbish - archaeologist examines settlement waste") Photo: Patrick Pleul/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa

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21 September 2021, Brandenburg, Prenzlau: Garbage from the cracks of a park bench, lies in a square in front of St. Mary's Church. "What a society throws away reveals a lot about it. From it, conclusions can be drawn about food culture, leisure behaviour and other habits," explains Eva Becker. Archaeologists often examine the remains of human settlements from times long past in order to draw conclusions about the way of life at that time. For Eva Becker, on the other hand, the focus is on legacies from modern times. She doesn't even have to dig deep for that. (to dpa "Searching for clues in the rubbish - archaeologist examines settlement waste") Photo: Patrick Pleul/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa