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History of past

This becomes important railway station for the tourist who comes to Berlin for the first time, because besides being one of the oldest in the city, established in 1902 in Art Nouveau architectural design, and have your interior look very similar to the original, since Fune rebuilt after World War II, precisely because of this site for twelve trains departing Nazi concentration camps. Now, on the outside shows a sign containing the twelve names of the fields; some located in Germany, others in Poland. The February 27, the day that celebrates liberation of Auschwitz, a ceremony where we read, one by one, the names of Jews who died in these camps and forced labor during the Nazi government performs.

Historia de un pasado

Esta estación de tren adquiere importancia para el turista que viene a Berlin por primera vez, porque además de ser una de las antiguas de la ciudad, creada en 1902, en un diseño arquitectónico Art Nouveau, y de contar con su interior con un aspecto muy parecido al original, ya que fuñe reconstruidos después de la Segunda Guerra, porque precisamente de este sitio partían los trenes hacia doce campos de concentración nazi.

Ahora, muestra en su exterior un letrero que contiene los doce nombres de los campos; algunos localizados en Alemania, otros en Polonia. Los 27 de febrero, día en que se celebra de liberación de Auschwitz, se realiza una ceremonia donde se lee, uno por uno, los nombres de los judíos que fallecieron en estos campos de exterminio y trabajo forzado durante el gobierno Nazi.
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With decorations twenties and a monument to the holocaust

This station was reported in the days before the war and therefore deserves more of a look hurried. The interiors show a nice kitsch twenties, both the ticket and information offices both in the panels on the walls, and in the actual construction decorated with tiles. The exterior of the station has the shape of a neoclassical pavilion. At the center of the square, featuring markedly this open space of City West. A curiosity: near allentrata station was made a curious memorial reminiscent of concentration camps. It is a simple panel with is list of the names of the extermination camps, but this place is likely to pass quite unnoticed if not specifically sought.

Con decorazioni anni venti e un monumento all'olocausto

Questa stazione è stata riportata ai tempi precedenti la guerra e quindi merita più di uno sguardo frettoloso. Gli interni mostrano un piacevole kitsch anni Venti, sia nelle biglietterie e uffici di informazioni sia nei pannelli appesi ai muri, sia nella costruzione vera e propria decorata con mattonelle. L’esterno della stazione ha la forma di un padiglione neoclassico. Posta al centro della piazza, caratterizza in modo marcato questo spazio aperto di City west. Una curiosità: vicino all’entrata della stazione è stato realizzato un curioso memoriale che ricorda i campi di concentramento. Si tratta di un semplice pannello con l’elenco dei nomi dei campi di sterminio, ma in questo luogo rischia di passare abbastanza inosservato se non viene cercato appositamente.
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Estación de metro Wittenbergplatz Address
Wittenbergplatz, 10789 Berlín, Alemania
Wittenbergplatz, 10789 Berlín, Alemania
Estación de metro Wittenbergplatz Website
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wittenbergplatz_(Berlin_U-Bahn)
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