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If place is important to you, whether there is much monument or not, then these few yards of rail track and some simple metal grids with names and dates will be powerful. If you are coming from Berlin on the S7, come down the stairs...More
Such a quiet yet historic place. The quietness contrasts with the history of the place. We were lucky to visit in a very sunny day which makes it a little less sad but very important to never forget. Not to be missed.
We went to see this "Mahnmal" early morning and were alone apart from a few joggers.
Not much to say about it, just how sad this is. But very respectfully done. Please allow this some time in your trip to Berlin.
This is the main rail siding were the Jews were taken from Berlin by the Nazis, and sent to Concentration Camps. THOUSANDS of people were taken from their homes, put on a train, and most were never seen again! This REALLY hits hard because there...More
This is at Grunwalde station, just a 20 minute trip on the S bahn from central Berlin but right beside the forest which is a lovely day out from the buzzy city. The Gleis 17 is where thousands of Jews were forced on trains headed...More
This memorial to 50000 Jews deported to various concentration camps is very moving. It is the site of a freight yard used for deportations. The original rails remain and the platforms have been transformed with plates highlighting dates, numbers and destination of those deported. It...More