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The Levetzowstrasse Memorial is located at 7/8 Levetzowstrasse and it commemorates the former synagogue and collection point. The synagogue was one of the largest in Berlin and it survived Kristallnacht but was damaged during bombing latter in the war. From 1941 some 37,000 Jews were removed from their homes and taken to the synagogue which was used as a collection point. They were then transported by train to concentration and extermination camps. The memorial has a metal obelisk with the dates of the transports. There is a ramp with people huddling together as they are forced into a cattle car, which stands on rails.
Address: 7/8 Levetzowstrasse
Directions: U9 to Hansaplatz. Outside the station on the main road, go under the railway bridge. Keep on walking you are heading in the right direction. Its about 10 minutes walk from the station on the left hand side of the Street.
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