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Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe

Berlin, Germany
4.8 / 25
Monument in honor of the ruined Jews by the Nazis. The memorial complex has a rather interesting and unusual architectural solution, which accurately conveys the atmosphere of horror that reigned in Germany after Hitler came to power. The memorial consists of several rows of nameless gray tombstones of various sizes. They seem to form a maze and symbolize death and hopelessness.
Address:Cora-Berliner-Straße 1, Berlin
Phone:+49 30 2639430
Hours:monday: Closed tuesday: 10:00–20:00 wednesday: 10:00–20:00 thursday: 10:00–20:00 friday: 10:00–20:00 saturday: 10:00–20:00 sunday: 10:00–20:00

This is definitely one of the top things to see in Berlin. It is very walkable from the Brandenburg Gate. It is simple, yet moving. We suggest readin.. Read more »
A place you truly don't understand unless you walk the grounds and think. The artist really thought about this concept and it really makes you ponder .. Read more »
It feels wrong when the rating says "loved it", because obviously it's not something to love, but the place was so worth the visit. The museum was hea.. Read more »
Must vist and you cannot skip this. In the very heart of the city next to Brandenbirg gate, the memorial is huge symbol of the dark past. Very impactf.. Read more »
A sad and incredibly moving memorial for the millions of people who were murdered because of hate. Make sure you visit the museum under the memorial, .. Read more »
Saw from afar some idiots jumping on top of the blocks. Other than that, I felt emotional walking around here. My tour guide said that the artist kept.. Read more »
The sun was there, the air was blowing a little, but it was still hot, but I got freezed. The walls were so cold, soulless and numb. How an ideology a.. Read more »
Top tips 1. Through your Instagram influencer BS out the window and understand the memorials thought processing, floor placement layout etc. 2. Walk .. Read more »
Very powerful memorial. The information centre is free and audio tour available. A piece of the world history that cannot be forgotten...
It is the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe, also known as the Holocaust Memorial by most Berliners. It is opened in May 2005, the city's most i.. Read more »
The memorial itself is really cool and gives a great sense of perspective about the horror. Sadly there was almost no story or anything to mark it as .. Read more »
It’s hard to give a rating for a memorial like this. It has so much meaning to different people who have and will visit it. it’s very difficult to int.. Read more »
Superb monument to the memory of the victims. Museum is well worth a visit and very informative.
Must visit place if you are in berlin. But unforyunately the walls are getting old and not maintained, the paint has started to fade. But overall is o.. Read more »
The history that this park/monument is representing it is indeed scary and from a dark period of our time. The place is nice as a tribute to the victi.. Read more »
A great memorial of the victims by the guilty nation. This is rare. The design and dimensions are such so it takes out humility of us as visitors.
"Loved it" is not the correct phrase, but this memorial is definitely worth a visit. Just around the corner from Brandenburg Gate, it seems to carry a.. Read more »
It stands for a time we must not forget.
A good reminder that the past can be repeated
Good for hiding from the family. But If you have kids be careful you might lose them
Very impressive spot, there is a sad story behind which made me down today.
A sobering, compulsory experience.
Beautiful place with a very sad story behind it you really should visit it when you are there
Even though I haven't been there before, I know it is a great place. At first it feels eerie, but it is hilarious. when hilarious things become realit.. Read more »
This memorial is nice for photoshoots since there are many angles to take pictures. It’s located among buildings and construction cites and you are no.. Read more »
It's a surreal experience to look at this memorial considering what it represents but once inside you see the beauty of the artists expression on simp.. Read more »