Just a few weeks after a wall was built in a Munich suburb to separate a refugee centre from a housing estate, there are calls for it to be knocked down.

General view of a 13ft-high (4 metres) stone wall which is being built to separate a residents housing development from a migrant accommodation facility in Neuperlach outside Munich, November 8, 2016.
General view of a 13ft-high (4 metres) stone wall which is being built to separate a residents housing development from a migrant accommodation facility in Neuperlach outside Munich, November 8, 2016.

Just a few weeks after a wall was built in a Munich suburb to separate a refugee centre from a housing estate there are calls for it to be knocked down.

The wall, which is higher than the Berlin Wall, was put up at the request of a group of residents who were concerned about noise from the refugees.

Let's have a look at reactions of Germans as Jon Brain reports from Munich.

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