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The Holocaust Memorial - Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe

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Near the Brandenburg Gate | Information Center: Cora-Berliner-Straße 1, 10117 Berlin, Germany
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It seems very emotionless, and frankly quite pointless. It bared no resemblance to a holocaust memorial and the blocks were basically used for people to stand on and take selfies. Not worth the visit and very disappointing.

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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Happened to find this on my early morning walk with only one oriental tourist about, taking pictures. It was toucing to walk down the ”valley” along the corridors lined up with huge stone blocks. So very impressive.

Thank ristosan
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

A brilliant piece of artwork/sculpture in the heart of a capital city. Designed over a large area of space and haunting with its ability to be able to “hide “ people by gentle undulations in the surface. The differing sizes of the blocks is also...More

Thank Zephyr329
Reviewed yesterday

There are 2,711 grey concrete slabs ranging from near ground level to a maximum height 15 feet as a memorial to the murdered Jews of Europe. Quite eerie especially if you walk around the 4.7 acre memorial by yourself. Unfortunately there were a number of...More

Thank thesmdm
Reviewed yesterday

A difficult memory, respectfully represented. Conveniently located near the Brandenburg Gate, a brief stroll is memory worthy.

Thank FadedFoodie
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

While you’re visiting the Brandenburg Gate, take some time to visit this nearby memorial. Stroll among the walls and blocks of uneven size, which remind you of all the different kinds of people who all ended up sharing the same cruel fate. These block exude...More

Thank DBM58
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

A must see area of Berlin for obvious reasons. Pleasantly surprised by the museum underneath the memorial as we did not know it was there, definitely check it out if you have time!

Thank lmcc10
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

This was worth seeing. But on Monday, the actual museum was closed. It's a nicely laid out memorial. It was worthwhile to walk through this memorial

Thank fozjon
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

This is a great way to gain a strong understanding of the horror of this era in human history. Our teenagers gained a lot of knowledge and we were reminded of previous visits to concentrating camps. The headphones are a must to fully immerse yourself...More

Thank TaylorspaResan
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

This is a simple yet very effective memorial. We spent a surprisingly long time just walking around between the blocks absorbing the atmosphere.

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25 June 2018|
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Response from Chris S | Reviewed this property |
No, but better to go early and have the place to yourself
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Response from Breakfastbloggers | Reviewed this property |
There is no cost. You can just walk in to the sculpture from the street. It is also suitable for wheelchairs and pushchairs.
23 December 2017|
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Response from dfbjumps | Reviewed this property |
yes, the monument is open 24/7 because it is outdoors. However, the underground museum is not.