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Silent Heroes Memorial Centre is a new exhibition that documents the assistance given to Jews during the Nazi era. It is located in an old building off Hackesche Höfe in Rosenthaler Straße. Spread over 2 floors, it has interactive touch screens on the first floor that can be used to follow individual stories or gain information as to the various problems associated with try to hide your identity. On the second floor there are individual stories that you can listen too via headphones. The exhibition is in English as well as German and is free to enter

Address: Rosenthaler Straße 39, Berlin
Directions: Close to the S-Bahn station Hackescher Markt
Website: http://www.gedenkstaette-stille-helden.de/english.html

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  • Written Apr 10, 2009
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