Not a place to spend a lot of time, but worth to see and walk through the monument. Just suggest not to walk on monuments.
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Very breathtaking and a magnificent place. It is a must to experience when in Berlin. A great story that lies behind this monument.
I’ve read up on this memorial and whilst I understand what the artist has tried to do , it didn’t work for me. I felt that a more moving monument should have been constructed but I realise this is subjective. I’m glad that I took...More
Monday’s are closed make sure you go any other day. It is one of the important places to see the devastation of WW2 and what people have suffered. It is a historical remembrance.
Over 2000 concrete slabs resembling sarcophagi in a grid pattern covering 4.7 acres. Worth wandering around and enjoying the sombre atmosphere while reflecting on the horror of the Holocaust.It is very close to the Brandenburg Gate.
One place everybody should visit, it really does make you stop and think and is a very poignant reminder of what happened. The museum is also well worth a look around, especially on a cold wet day like the day I visited.
We were shown this very poignant memorial on a tour and decided to revisit it whilst waiting to go on another tour as it literally a few minutes walk from Brandenburg Gate . How do you create a memorial to such an event in history...More
We enjoyed the memorial quite a bit. Besides all the individuals taking selfies and smiling.... ?!? It is a very inspiring and taken a moment to understand it.
Very easy to find - but what a powerful monument and museum. The museum below the monument is well worth the time to visit. Headsets available. Lots of view and reading. Very important history here.
The holocaust Memorial achieves well what it׳s designing artist set out to achieve - make you think... It has 2711 "tomb" slabs, each with identical surface area but all of different height or angle. The fact that it is a Holocaust Memorial is completely downplayed-...More