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Memorial to the SInti and Roma Murdered under the National Socialist Regime

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Address: Simsonweg/Scheidemannstrasse | Between Brandenburg Gate and the Reichstag Building, 10117 Berlin, Germany

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Thought Provoking Memorial

This is a solemn and moving memorial which was very peaceful despite the busyness of the surrounding park. The engraved plaques explain the reasons for its existence and it is... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Martin N
Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom
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London, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 2 days ago NEW

A pretty memorial dedicated to the SInti and Roma. Very pretty but be careful as there are alot of Roma around this attraction trying to take advantage of tourists by asking them to sign a petition and then asking for monies.

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Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 1 week ago

This is a solemn and moving memorial which was very peaceful despite the busyness of the surrounding park. The engraved plaques explain the reasons for its existence and it is worth a visit.

Thank Martin N
Barnstaple, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Stumbled upon this as we were walking from Brandenburg Gate crossing over towards the government buildings, it comprises of a very simple but beautiful central memorial, surrounded by a tranquil pool and a single flower that is replaced daily. The outer open area is surrounded by a display with a time line of information on the forgotten victims of the... More 

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Brussels, Belgium
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Anyway, it's no waste of time since it's on your way between the Reigstag and the Brandebourg gate. But once you enter this place there isn't much to see. Deserves a quick visit.

Thank berver65
Beaulieu-sur-Dordogne, France
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

A peaceful monument to the often forgotten victims of the Nazi genocide. A circular reflecting pool with at it's center a triangular stone upon which a flower is placed daily.

Thank Jamie H
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Reviewed 16 February 2017 via mobile

We were not aware of this memorial and glad we came across it while walking. The history on the displays gave us a sad insight of these people, we were actually not aware of. The actual memorial of the 'flower on the stone' was barricaded when we visited. We then from here walked to Brandenburg Gate and the other memorials.

Thank Alsha16
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Reviewed 10 January 2017

On the edge of Tiergarten, near the Reichstag and Badenburg Tor, this monument has excellent, informative information and has a lovely quiet presence.

Thank Stephen L
Wimborne, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 6 January 2017

This memorial is quiet and simple. A small circular lake with a singular flower placed in the centre each day.

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Hong Kong, China
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Reviewed 12 December 2016

This memorial is located near the east end of Tiergarten, between Brandenburg Gate and Reichstag. It is a simple and solemn tribute to the Sinti and Roma who were labeled as 'gypsies' and murdered under rule of the National Socialist Regime between 1933-1945. Created by Israeli sculptor, Dani Karavan, the memorial consists of a small reflection pool and a retractable... More 

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Reviewed 11 December 2016

It's right on the path between the Reichstag and Brandenburg gate, in Tiergarten. It's a small, quiet and solemn memorial which is worth going to since you'll most probably be close to it.

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