The Monument to the Murdered European Jews is an important monument located near Potsdamer Platz in the center of Berlin. Although it is a monument, it is actually a very large complex of buildings. In addition to the monuments seen in the open air, it is actually more designed in the underground part. You can enter the interior from a small entrance on the side of the square. This is an important place for Germans to reflect on history, and feel the whole atmosphere quite shocking.
The memorial is a thoughtful offering to all people, which needs to be experienced. tread slowly through the cement blocks and pay attention to what feelings arise. From the way the ground goes up and down in waves to depict unsteadiness, to the stripping off individual identities that the blocks represent, they all tell different facets of the story. take your time here. We owe it to our present and future selves.
It is a very impressive place. Besides, I feel it is great from an architecture perspective.
Somber memorial to the Jews killed in Europe. Unfortunately, there are still people who take it respectful tourist posing photos here.
Impressive monument dedicated to the Jewish people murdered during the War