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Solemn and eerie

Few monuments built in the memory of victims are able to convey a feeling as deep as this one does. Solemn and eerie, walking through it gives you an intense feeling of loneliness that completely invades you. Located in the city center, it is composed of 2,711 concrete slabs covering an area of ​​19,000 square meters. The slabs have different heights and are designed to create an atmosphere that is both uncomfortable and confusing.
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This memorial is moving and deeply saddening

This memorial is moving and deeply saddening. It conveys a feeling that is hard to explain. When you visit, please remember what this place is and be respectful. I saw tourists running around, climbing on the concrete slabs. The security guard had to address some of these tourists so they would stop.
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An impressive and touching place

Walking through the Holocaust Memorial I felt both anger and sadness because of the serious background of this memorial; and fascination and joy because the rare beauty of this place and the life that is going on there...
Susanne Radke
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Great way to know a bit more about the holocaust

Great way to know a bit more about the Holocaust
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The maze of memories

It's funny how a place can seem so isolated, so quiet, so an emotional being in the heart of a megacity like Berlin. It seems that the land where ah always had been lifted, waiting for that moment of tribute. Two steps from the very symbolic Brandenburg Gate, this gigantic space occupied what at the time was a block occupied by houses and palaces, breaking high, horizontal line to create the buildings around it, which increases considerably the first visual impact. I do not recommend counting them because I think it is a hard and unnecessary work, but the 2711 concrete blocks of different heights, create a maze not only physical but also emotional in which some visitors play to lose, others reflect on the Nazi Holocaust and the majority take some photos then will be lost in memory. But the monument is more than that. Planned meticulously and rediseado on multiple occasions (the architect had 17 years to modify what is discussed in the government whether or not to continue remembering the genocide), the large blocks that rise over undulating terrain which represents the hard way suffered by the Jews during the Hitler government, we lead by multiple paths where CLIDA shines light or dark shadow makes us feel a cold death and despair. Stay a good time at the center of this maze of concrete can reach mislead, confuse us and even make us feel claustrophobic ... And that's the feeling I should feel the Jewish people when without why, without a reason they LLEV the absolute annihilation ms. Under l we find information office where names and data of the more than six million Jews who suffered persecution and death during the Holocaust is continuously projected on all four walls. It is impossible not to feel its agony. the memory so that does not happen again necessary.

El laberinto del recuerdo

Es curioso cómo un lugar puede parecer tan aislado, tan silencioso, tan emotivo aún estando en el pleno centro de una megaciudad como Berlín. Parece que el terreno donde se levantó hubiera estado ahí siempre, esperando ese momento de homenaje.

A dos pasos de la muy simbólica puerta de Brandenburgo, este gigantesco espacio que ocupa lo que en su tiempo fue una manzana ocupada por casas y palacetes, rompe la línea alta y horizontal que crean los edificios a su alrededor, lo que aumenta considerablemente el primer impacto visual.

No recomiendo contarlas porque creo que es un trabajo duro e innecesario, pero los 2711 bloques de hormigón de diferentes alturas, crean un laberinto no sólo físico sino también emocional en el que algunos visitantes juegan a perderse, otros reflexionan sobre el Holocausto Nazi y la mayoría se toma unas fotos que luego se perderán en la memoria.
Pero el monumento es más que eso. Planeado con minuciosidad y rediseñado en múltiples ocasiones ( el arquitecto tuvo 17 años para modificarlo en lo que se debatía en el gobierno la conveniencia o no de seguir recordando el genocidio), los grandes bloques que se levantan sobre un terreno ondulado que representa el duro camino que sufrieron los judíos durante el gobierno hitleriano, nos conducen por múltiples caminos donde brilla la cálida luz o la negra sombra nos hace sentir un frío de muerte y desesperación.

Permanecer un buen rato en el centro de este laberinto de hormigón puede llegar a desorientarnos, a confundirnos e incluso hacernos sentir claustrofobia...Y ese es el sentimiento que debió sentir el pueblo judío cuando sin un por qué, sin una razón se les llevó a la aniquilación más absoluta.

Bajo él encontramos una oficina de información donde se proyectan continuamente sobre las cuatro paredes los nombres y datos de los más de seis millones de judíos que sufrieron la persecución y muerte durante el Holocausto. Es imposible no sentir su agonía. Es necesario el recuerdo para que no vuelva a ocurrir.
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Continent content

In recent decades, museums are realizing that to explain the story there are better ways to display a map or display a model. If this trend is true we might consider this museum one of his earliest and best examples in the world. The Jewish Museum opened in 1999 and since then, many others have followed suit, such as the Museum of the Warsaw Uprising (2004) or the Peace Museum in Hiroshima (2008). All of them could be considered living museums, whose architectural proposal is as important as what they contain and in which the visitor must leave with the feeling of having "felt" rather than with having "learned". These interactive museums, experiential where the visitor can not settle for look, to touch, walk and listen. The Jewish Museum Berlin architecture and show and teach symbologies cared more about the situation of the Jews in Germany to any video or photograph which until then had been exposed. And is that the hallways inclined to go there cause the sensation of suffocation, instability and anxiety that Jews felt in that Germany was to them a maze with no exit. Cracks crossing the facade seem to want to denounce that part of history which left real scars entire people. Penetrating the Holocaust Tower and found a narrow dark room by entering only a faint light at the top of any nerve-wracking. Walking on iron faces squeaking beneath our feet is terrifying to the party ... But if something unavoidable in this museum stands above the rest is the void, the absence that all those missing Berlin Jews left in the city. In fact, during the first years the museum was open to the public completely empty, without displaying any content that years later fill their rooms and the building itself has what the museum wants to tell. After a visit to the Jewish Museum in Berlin the visitor does not know more about what happened to the Jewish people but sensed all that anguish and despair that this period of German history led.

Continente con contenido

En las últimas décadas, los museos se están dando cuenta de que para explicar la historia hay mejores formas que mostrar un mapa o exponer una maqueta. Si esta tendencia es cierta podríamos considerar a este museo uno de sus primeros y mejores exponentes en el mundo.

El Museo Judío abrió sus puertas en 1999 y desde entonces, muchos otros han seguido su ejemplo, tales como el Museo del Levantamiento de Varsovia (2004) o el Museo de la Paz de Hiroshima (2008). A todos ellos los podríamos considerar museos vivos, cuya propuesta arquitectónica es tan importante como lo que contienen y en los que el visitante debe salir con la sensación de haber “sentido” más que con la de haber “aprendido”. Se trata de museos interactivos, vivenciales en los que el visitante no puede conformarse con mirar, debe tocar, andar y escuchar.

En el Museo Judío de Berlín la arquitectura y sus cuidadas simbologías muestran y enseñan más sobre la situación de los judíos en Alemania que cualquier vídeo o fotografía de las que hasta entonces se habían expuesto.

Y es que los pasillos inclinados que hay que recorrer provocan la sensación de asfixia, inestabilidad y angustia que los judíos sintieron en esa Alemania que era para ellos un laberinto sin salida. Las grietas que cruzan la fachada parecen querer denunciar esa parte de la historia que dejó cicatrices reales en todo un pueblo. Penetrar en la Torre del Holocausto y encontrarse en una estrecha habitación a oscuras por la que sólo entra una débil luz por la parte superior crispa los nervios de cualquiera. Pasear sobre las caras de hierro que chirrían bajo nuestros pies es aterrador a la parte que inevitable… Pero si algo destaca en este museo por encima del resto es el vacío, la ausencia que todos esos judíos berlineses desaparecidos dejaron en la ciudad. De hecho, durante los primeros años este museo estuvo abierto al público completamente vacío, sin exhibir ninguno de los contenidos que años más tarde llenan sus salas y es que el propio edificio cuenta lo que ese museo quiere contar.

Tras una visita al Museo Judío de Berlín el visitante no sabe más sobre qué ocurrió con el pueblo judío pero sí intuye toda esa angustia y desesperación que ese período de la historia de Alemania provocó.
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Not to be jewish to feel the loneline...

Not to be Jewish to feel the loneliness, fear, emptiness, darkness, you can live when you pursued to annihilate. And this forest granite, gray and cold like the suffering engulfs you, drags you and want to run away as they should try million. The only thing is that if you can escape, you can even avoid coming but who remember these memory blocks, they could not. Do not let him. Berlin is immensely vital, full of hope and beauty and this monument is the counterweight, not just to play again this shame of the human race. All in honor of visiting Berlin, I invite you to the last day, we spend an hour or two to this place and now in the museum, understand the injustice of what happened. Those who want neither planteárselo, that history should reflect the building together and one thing we must never forget our past is not repeated. Not everything is beautiful in this world. And in Berlin, beautiful city par excellence, to this part of the shadow gives the true dimension making all this translates into an unforgettable visit.

No hay que ser judío para sentir la soledad, el miedo, el vacío, la oscuridad, que se puede vivir cuando se te persigue para aniquilarte. Y este bosque de granito, gris y frio como lo es el sufrimiento, te engulle, te arrastra y quieres salir huyendo como debieron intentarlo millones. Lo único es que tú si puedes escapar, hasta puedes evitar entrar pero a quienes recuerdan estos bloques de la memoria, no pudieron. No lo dejaron. Berlín es una ciudad inmensamente vital, llena de esperanzas y bellezas y este monumento es el contrapeso, justo para que no vuelva a reproducirse este ignominia de la raza humana. Todos en homenaje que visitan Berlín, les invito a que el último día, le dediquen una hora o dos a este lugar y ya en el museo, entiendan la sinrazón de lo que sucedió. Aquellos que no quieren ni planteárselo, deberían reflexionar que la historia la construimos entre todos y una cosa que jamás debemos olvidar es nuestro pasado para no repetirlo. No todo es belleza en este mundo. Y en Berlin, ciudad bella por antonomasia, hasta esta parte de sombra le otorga la verdadera dimensión haciendo que todo ello se traduzca en inolvidable su visita.
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An indelible scar on the face of berlin

Go to Berlin in January may not seem like the decision most cunning of the world, but sometimes appearances are deceiving. The German capital stunning all year round, winter's cold and there are a few hours of light, but Berlin retains its charm, there is no doubt about this. The Memorial to the victims of the Holocaust an installation that makes you goosebumps ... Judge for yourself. It is stone stele of the same length and depth, but of different height, positioned on an uneven terrain. This gives the visitor a sense of oppression and loss. One room of the museum dedicated to the memory of those victims and to pay tribute to each of them should be in the room about seven and a half years. On all four walls of the room runs the victim's name, his nationality, dates of birth and death and jobs. The names run one at a time and visitors have time to think. It 'very touching because the time spent on each victim makes horror terribly real names, through the lens of time, they become people. It struck me in Berlin the importance given to the victims of genocide and war and the total disregard for everything related to Nazism and Hitler. The Memorial, which I believe symbolizes a huge and gloomy cemetery, an indelible scar on the face of the city and somehow also an awareness

Una cicatrice indelebile sul volto di berlino

Andare a Berlino a Gennaio potrebbe non sembrare la decisione più furba del mondo, ma a volte le apparenze ingannano. La capitale tedesca è splendida tutto l'anno, sì d'inverno fa freddo e ci sono poche ore di luce, ma Berlino conserva il suo fascino, su questo non ci sono dubbi.
il Memoriale alle vittime dell'Olocausto è un'istallazione che fa venire la pelle d'oca ... Giudicate voi. Si tratta di stele di pietra della stessa lunghezza e profondità, ma di altezza diversa, posizionate su un terreno non pianeggiante. Questo dà al visitatore un senso di oppressione e smarrimento. Una stanza del museo è dedicata al ricordo di tali vittime e per rendere omaggio ad ognuna di loro bisognerebbe stare all'interno della sala circa sette anni e mezzo. Su tutte e quattro le pareti della stanza scorre il nome della vittima, la sua nazionalità, le date di nascita e di morte e l'occupazione. I nomi scorrono uno per volta e i visitatori hanno il tempo di pensare. E' molto toccante perché il tempo dedicato ad ogni vittima rende quell'orrore terribilmente reale, i nomi, attraverso la lente del tempo, diventano persone. Ciò che mi ha colpito di Berlino è l'importanza riservata alle vittime del genocidio e della guerra e la totale noncuranza verso tutto quello che è legato al Nazismo e ad Hitler. Il Memoriale, che a mio parere simboleggia un enorme e cupo cimitero, è una ferita indelebile sul volto della città e in qualche modo anche una presa di coscienza
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In may 2005 was inaugurated denkmal e...

In May 2005 was inaugurated Denkmal ermordeten für die Juden Europas (Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe), a work of New York architect Peter Eisenman. My time here I remember as quite cramped. I like the mazes but they did with shrubs in the gardens of the nineteenth century. This monument of gray pillars in certain areas are much higher than you (unless you measure more than five meters) causes a lot of anxiety and restlessness. Arriving at the center, I wanted to run. I stopped even hear the noise from the street, I thought I was losing color. That was catching the tone of one of the concrete blocks 2711. Although from a distance it appears to have an orderly and grid, actually not. The stones are not perfectly aligned and the ground is uneven. It has ups and downs that dislodged enough. I think it gives an idea of ​​the feeling of those who suffered the Third Reich. This field of pillars has been complemented with an underground information center (with exhibition halls and conference rooms and a library) that documents the stories of Jews killed in WWII.

En mayo de 2005 se inauguró El Denkmal für die ermordeten Juden Europas (Monumento a los judíos asesinados de Europa), una obra del arquitecto neoyorquino Peter Eisenman. Mi paso por aquí lo recuerdo como algo bastante agobiante.

Me gustan los laberintos pero los que hacían con arbustos en los jardines del siglo XIX. Este monumento de pilares grises que en ciertas zonas son mucho más altos que tú (a no ser que midas más de cinco metros) causa mucha inquietud y desasosiego. Al llegar al centro, yo quería salir corriendo. Dejé incluso de escuchar el ruido de la calle, pensé que yo también estaba perdiendo color. Que estaba cogiendo el tono de uno de los 2711 bloques de hormigón.

Si bien desde la distancia todo parece tener una forma ordenada y cuadriculada, en realidad no es así. Las piedras no están perfectamente alineadas y el suelo es desigual. Tiene subidas y bajadas que descolocan bastante. Creo que da una idea del sentimiento de quienes sufrieron al Tercer Reich.

Este campo de pilares se ha complementado con un centro de información subterráneo (con salas de exposiciones y conferencias y una librería) que documenta las historias de los judíos asesinados en la Segunda Guerra Mundial.
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Holocaust memorial

The memorial is impressive from outside but from within, when you start thinking everything that symbolizes these corridors that surround you and get lost among them, awakens in you a creepy feeling. I recommend to miss the monument alone to let go and reflect, of course after having entered the memorial museum located just below this. To enter the museum that have not opened Monday and is free except the audioguide (recommended to live more internalized the visit); besides pasareis a record at the entrance. In the museum you will find a part of history that you sita followed by a dark room very emotional with snippets of real letters from prisoners of concentration camps or refugees. It is followed by a set of stories of families AWARE recreating if before and after the Kristallnacht life, and although long, very shocking sentimentally. In short, I think this memorial was one of the most emotional parts of Berlin on my visit. Speechless.

Monumento al holocausto

El memorial desde fuera impresiona pero desde dentro, cuando empiezas a pensar todo lo que simboliza esos pasillos que te envuelven y te llegas a perder entre ellos, despierta en ti un sentimiento escalofriante. Recomiendo perderse por el monumento a solas para dejarse llevar y reflexionar, por descontado después de haber entrado en el museo del memorial situado justo debajo de este.
Para entrar al museo tener el cuenta que los lunes no lo abren, y es totalmente gratuito excepto la audioguía (recomendada para vivir más interiorizada la visita); además pasareis un registro en la entrada.
En el museo encontrareis una parte de historia que os sitúa, seguido de una sala a oscuras muy emotiva con fragmentos de cartas reales de presos de campos de concentración o refugiados.
Le sigue un conjunto de historias de familias enterad recreando si vida anterior y posterior a la noche de los cristales rotos, y aunque larga, muy chocante sentimentalmente.
En definitiva, creo que este memorial fue una de las partes mas emotivas de Berlín en mi visita. Sin palabras.
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Die holocaust-gedenkstätte is located...

Die Holocaust-Gedenkstätte is located in the heart of Berlin between the Reichstag and the Postdammer Platz. This vast field of steles (2711 blocks of gray concrete) rises from May 2005 to remember the Holocaust during the World War 1939-1945. According to the wishes of the architect, this memorial raises the question, discomfort and feeling strange. In this square are a documentation center on the Holocaust. Street Address: Denkmal für die Juden Europas ermordeten, Cora-Berliner-Straße 1, 10117 Berlin. The stelae field is freely accessible day and night. Opening Documentation Centre Opening hours: April to September: from 10am to 20pm (last entry 7:15 p.m.) and from October to March: From 10h to 19h (last entry 6:15 p.m.). The center is closed on Mondays. For more information on the memorial: Http :/ /' http://www.holocaust-mahnmal.de/.' Tel.: +49 (0) 30/26 39 43 36 e-mail: Besucherservice@stiftung-denkmal.De

Die Holocaust-Gedenkstätte est situé au cœur de Berlin entre le Reichstag et la Postdammer Platz. Cet immense champ de stèles (2711 blocs de béton gris) se dresse depuis mai 2005 pour rappeler le génocide juif pendant la Guerre Mondiale 1939-1945.

Selon les volontés de l’architecte, ce mémorial suscite l’interrogation, le malaise et le sentiment de l’étrange. Sous cette place se trouvent un centre de documentation sur la Shoah.

Adresse exacte: Denkmal für die ermordeten Juden Europas, Cora-Berliner-Straße 1, 10117 Berlin.

Le champ de stèles est libre d’accès jour et nuit.
Horaires d’ouverture du Centre de documentation : De Avril à Septembre : De 10h à 20h (dernière entrée 19h15) et de Octobre à Mars : De 10h à 19h (dernière entrée 18h15). Le centre de documentation est fermé le lundi.

Pour plus d’informations sur le mémorial : ' http://www.holocaust-mahnmal.de/.'

Tel.: +49 (0)30 / 26 39 43 36
e-mail: Besucherservice@stiftung-denkmal.De
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Getting to the Holocaust Memorial in Berlin knowing a little about the terror suffered by the Jews at the hands of Nazi machine an experience that makes you contemplative, asking a series of values ​​and feelings that are inherent to humans. The Memorial starts to printed discomfort with rectangular structures which although flat and follow a unique way, esto distribudas irregularly and have different sizes. It can be said that graphical representation of the Nazi machine, something orderly and rational (within the logic that followed) but totally lost touch with human sensitivity. The Memorial also reminds a large cemetery with tombstones to lose sight of. Memorial in the basement there is a museum that tells the thymus history of persecution that Jews suffered in Europe during the 20th century; one imperdvel tour that will bring empathy for the persecuted you, knowledge and possibly make you a better human being.

Introspecção no memorial

Chegar ao Memorial do Holocausto em Berlim conhecendo um pouco sobre o terror sofrido pelos judeus nas mãos da máquina nazista é uma experiência que te deixa contemplativo, indagando uma série de valores e sentimentos que são inerentes aos seres humanos.

O Memorial passa a impressão de desconforto, com estruturas retangulares que embora sejam planas e sigam uma única forma, estão distribuídas de maneira irregular e possuem tamanhos diferentes. Pode-se dizer que é representação gráfica da máquina nazista, algo ordenado e racional (dentro da lógica que seguiam) mas que perdeu totalmente o contato com a sensibilidade humana.

O Memorial também lembra um grande cemitério, com lápides a se perder de vista. No subsolo do Memorial existe um ótimo museu que conta a história da perseguição que os judeus sofreram na Europa ao longo do século 20; é um passeio imperdível que vai te trazer empatia pelos perseguidos, conhecimento e possivelmente te tornar um ser humano melhor.
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The berlin reconstruction

It is now more than 65 years of the Nazi regime fell and the Second World War ended. The city of Berlin has dedicated a Holocaust memorial to commemorate the death of six million Jewish victims of Hitler and his forces. The architect Peter Eisenman is responsible for its construction, which began in 1999 with a very special design. This is an area of ​​almost 20,000 sqm near the door Barndebourg, composed of exactly 2,711 gray stone slabs that bear no marks, no name or date. We quickly disoriented in the middle of the "maze", which can go in all directions. An underground information center, located at the base of the monument, suggest you read the stories of victims of the madness of the Nazi party families. Here is a very original site full of emotion, which is interesting to discover in the German capital.

La reconstruction berlinoise

Cela fait maintenant plus de 65 ans que le régime nazi a chuté et que la Seconde Guerre mondiale s'est terminé. La ville de Berlin a consacré un mémorial de l'Holocauste afin de commémorer la mort des six millions de Juifs, victime d'Hitler et de ses forces.

L'architecte Peter Eisenman est à l'origine de sa construction qui a commencée en 1999, avec un design très particulier. C'est un espace de presque 20000m² près de la Porte de Barndebourg, composé d'exactement 2711 dalles de pierre grise qui ne portent aucune marque, aucun nom ou date.
On est très vite désorienté au milieu de ce "labyrinthe", que l'on peut parcourir dans tous les sens. Un centre d'information souterrain, situé à la base du monument, vous propose de lire des histoires de familles victime de la folie du parti nazi.

Voila un site très original, remplis d'émotion, qui est intéressant à découvrir dans la capitale allemande.
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Raising awareness in new generations

It is difficult to collect in a few simple words a visit to a place like the one in question. I guess we all perceive certain sensations unique way to explaining to sit in a place that evokes one of the darkest pages of our history. The experience is not pleasant, we all strikes a chord in a way, and in my opinion I think that visiting this site we should invite at least a moment to think about, to what extent can human beings to degrade. The monument, completed in 2005 by American architect Peter Eisenman, is an extensive field of monoliths of an appropriate dark gray, up to two meters high, representing the millions of people murdered by the Nazi regime. I like the idea that it is located in the Unter den Linden, in the heart of Berlin citizens permanently raising awareness that there are certain things that should never be repeated. I consider exemplary, and comparisons to many other countries are, in this case, odious.

Concienciando a nuevas generaciones

Sensaciones encontradas. Supongo que todos percibimos de manera muy particular ciertos sentimientos a la hora de explicar que se siente en un lugar que recuerda una de las páginas más oscuras de nuestra historia. La experiencia no es agradable, es un lugar que invita a reflexionar en cuanto, hasta que punto, puede ser despreciable la condición humana.

El monumento, terminado en el año 2005 por el arquitecto estadounidense Peter Einsenman, es un extenso campo de monolitos de un apropiado color gris oscuro, de hasta dos metros de altura, que representan a los millones de personas asesinadas por el régimen nazi.

Me gusta la idea de que esté situado en el Unter den Linden, en pleno centro de Berlín, concienciando permanentemente a sus ciudadanos de que, hay ciertas cosas, que jamás deberían volver a repetirse.

Me parece ejemplar, y las comparaciones con otros muchos países resultan, en este caso, odiosas.
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We gust

Located right next to the Brandenburg Gate, it is a monument that leaves no one indifferent. 2,711 concrete blocks spread over 19,000 square meters of gently undulating and inclined surface as you go Encroach transmits unamayor you feeling overwhelmed. We gust? For the truth is that s, since contrary to other monuments, this you conveys something. In addition it is very original, and most importantly, the cause of it, which is nothing more than ask forgiveness for one of the greatest atrocities committed by humanity. And if you lack reasons, it's free! If you want more information besides, at one end there is a subterranean information about exhibits on the victims and places where the massacres took place.

Nos gustó

Situado justo al lado de la Puerta de Brandeburgo, es un monumento que no deja indiferente a nadie.

2.711 bloques de hormigón repartidos en 19.000 metros cuadrados de una superficie suavemente ondulada e inclinada que conforme te vas adentrando, te transmite una mayor sensación de agobio.
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Pues la verdad es que sí, ya que al contrario a otros monumentos, este te transmite algo. Además es muy original, y lo más importante, la causa del mismo, que no es más que pedir perdón por una de las mayores atrocidades cometidas por la humanidad. Y si te faltan razones, ¡es gratis!

Si además quieres informarte, en uno de los extremos hay un punto de información subterráneo con exposiciones sobre las víctimas y lugares donde se llevaron a cabo las masacres.
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Holocaust Memorial Phone Number
49 30 26 39 43 36
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Holocaust Memorial Address
Cora-Berliner-Straße 1
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