Located in the black city center of Berlin, the new sentry, also known as the Memorial of the Victims of War and tyranny in the Federal Republic of Germany, is a German memory of history. In a huge Memorial hall, there is only a statue of a mother curled up on the ground with her child, which makes people feel very dignified and makes people more deeply realize the importance of peace.
To the east of Humboldt University, the new post Pavilion designed and constructed by Schenkel from 1816 to 1818 is regarded as a model of Berlin's neoclassical architecture. On the lintel of Dorian's colonnade is a relief of the goddess of victory. Originally a Prussian sentry, it is now the central memorial to the victims of German war and tyranny. In the small Western pavilion, bronze statues of mothers and deceased children are now displayed, simple and solemn, in memory of the victims of war and tyranny.
The new post is located in Bodhi Street, close to the German Museum of History. This is Schenkel's work, built in 1816, was the earliest guard of the Royal Prussian Army, so it is called "New Guard". In 1931, it was changed to a memorial hall to commemorate Prussian soldiers who died in World War I. The name was also changed to "Memorial Hall for the Dead Soldiers", but it was bombed and destroyed a few months before the end of World War II. In 1960, the East German government restored the new post as "Memorial for Victims of Fascism and Militarism". After the reunification of Germany, the new sentry was renovated and renamed "Memorial of Victims of War and tyranny in the Federal Republic of Germany" with the central placing of the Kaiser Coleridge sculpture "Mother and Dead Son".
I've been here and it's worth visiting. I suggest you all play together.
A memorial hall is open for free, but few people come.
If you come here, you'd better do some homework and feel it.