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Symbolic memorial to David Berger, a Cleveland native who was one of the athletes killed in the 1972 Munich Olympics terrorist attack. Whether or not you're going to get the NPS stamp, it's a piece of Cleveland history and worth checking out if you're in...More
While staying nearby awaiting surgery at the Cleveland clinic, I noticed this memorial nearby and went to visit. I was 22 when this tragic terror occurred at the Olympics. It echoes to this day. He was very accomplished and cared about. I am grateful this...More
Even though this is a simple monument, I still looked forward to a quick stop:) Went inside the Mandel Jewish Community Center to collect my national park stamp:) The monument is located right out front of the center:) Was VERY thankful for the informational brochure...More
Beautiful piece of art to memorialize the victims of the attack on the 1972 Olympic Games in Munich. If in the Cleveland area, it is easily accessible from the highway to pay respects. However, if you are an avid National Parks visitor like myself, note...More
We're on a quest to visit all the national parks and this is on the list. We were going to nearby Cuyahoga Falls anyway so it was convenient to stop by here. The memorial is located on the grounds of Mandel Jewish Community Center of...More
This is a unique memorial to David Berger, a Cleveland man who wrestled for the Israeli Olympic team who was killed in the massacre of Israeli athletes at the 1972 Berlin Olympics. The memorial was created by a Cleveland artist and is near the front...More
It was a very simple and small memorial. I like the fact that it was non-pretentious. Apparently, this is one of several memorials that is listed in a passbook that allows you to have it stamped as you travel to various memorials. We were only...More