will close on Feb 27th.

Please save any personal content and exchange contact info with other members you?d like to stay in touch with. Thank you for your contributions to the VirtualTourist community.

"Jewish Memorial Sculpture" History - World War II Tip by hojasdehierba

History - World War II, Berlin: 80 reviews and 244 photos


Wandering around Oranienburgerstrasse, we found this street and the moving memorial monument by Will Lammert Judische Opfer des Faschismus, a bronze sculture of thirteen people. It is located in a park, where was the oldest jewish cemetery in Berlin (1671). The cemetry was destroyed by the Gestapo, which installed there a collection point for those Jews which were to be deported. Over 55,000 Berliner Jews were deported from Berlin into concentration camps.
Vagando por Oranienburgerstrasse, encontramos la Hamburgerstrasse y el conmovedor monumento conmemorativo obra de Will Lammert Judische Opfer des Faschismus, un grupo escultorico de trece personas. Esta situado en un parque donde estaba el mas antiguo cementerio judio de Berlin (1671). El cementerio fue destruido por la Gestapo, que instalo alli un punto de recogida para judios que iban a ser deportados. Fueron deportados a campos de concentracion mas de 55,000 judios berlineses.

Address: Grosse Hamburgerstrasse
Directions: Near Oranienburgerstrasse (Neues Synagoga area)

Review Helpfulness: 3.5 out of 5 stars

Was this review helpful?

  • Updated Jan 13, 2006
  • Send to a Friend
  • Add to your Trip Planner
  • Report Abuse



“Lo mejor a?n est? por ver // The best, I haven't seen yet”

Online Now


Top 1,000 Travel Writer
Member Rank:
0 0 7 1 2

Have you been to Berlin?

  Share Your Travels