We did not see this on any tourist info, but was recommended by a friend. Outside the nearest station, Grunewald, are stalls selling fruit and vegetables; there is a lovely bakery and opposite, a little bar serving excellent beer. The setting is peaceful and pretty-totally belying the horror that took place there during WWII. A minute's walk from the station lie the old railway tracks, and on the edge of the long, iron platforms are the actual number of Jews deported, the date they left and to which camps the were sent. On some days it was a few hundred, on others over a thousand. There is a florist just outside Grunewald station and so I returned to buy flowers to leave on the tracks. A small gesture to pay my respects.
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