Situated near the Brandenburg gate.. Its a tourist attraction.. There are restaurants and bars near by that you are head to
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Wandering through this memorial was one of the most poignant moments of my visit to Berlin - an inspirational presentation.
If you are in this part of Berlin, this is an interesting piece of history and how it was constructed so that the germans never forget what happened as well.
I never expected a whole load of concrete blocks (2711) to be so moving. It's a memorial to such a horrible event yet evryone visiting was having fun hiding from each other behind the rocks. It brought the best out of the people visiting it.
First visit to the Memorial and not the prettiest of memorials but quite impressive. The exhibition underneath was heart rendering but a must for everyone.
We were kind of disappointed here. Although the message is clear because we understand it, many people taking smiling selfies, kids playing tag and others jumping from block to block. We can't really avoid this type of behaviour but when walking through we didn't realize...More
An interesting sight to see from the edge but much more interesting to walk through, ideally not in a straight line. The artist has very deliberately said nothing about what it represents but just left it to your imagination.
The memorial itself is striking and disorienting as you walk between the huge columns. My only issue is with the lack of signs around the memorial telling what it is. We saw several families standing on top of the different columns taking pictures. From the...More