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You wouldn’t think concrete blocks could be so emotional .....Silence ..... Thoughts of suffering rushing through your head . The pain of so many. We were there in winter. Everything was grey like the monument. Not to be missed...
The artist was clear that he would give no thoughts on why he built this memorial the way it it, but you must find your own opinion. This can be a little frustrating as you want to know what he was thinking, however within a...More
it has been several months since i visited berlin and i guess i really needed that time to think about my visit.I traveled from the united states to israel and spent over a month in israel.Post war ,Berlin,a divided city......Israel,a divided country.....strong feeling....pain....suffering...the memorial tried...More
Firstly, the title: “Memorial to the murdered Jews of Europe” left us feeling a little like there was a lack of accountability in terms of why or how these murders occurred.
There are no names, no memorial signs, no real indication of what the stelae...More
I personally wanted to visit a more informative memorial for the holocaust, but my partner decided that we'd stop by here on our way to another location and compromise is good in a relationship. There's a few information points about this art installation, but, like...More
Was not prepared to be so moved by the small pieces of German Jews every day lives gathered here. The attention
To detail regarding the items and the owners was quite impressive.
The stones in the garden were an unsettling reminder of what they stood...More
We visited the memorial on a rainy day. Maybe the perfect weather for this kind of a sight. As other have mentioned, many of the people walking around the memorial did not show much respect. For example, a group making weird noises(singing?) and laughing.