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Jüdischer Friedhof Schönhauser Allee, Berlin
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  • In the Jewish quarter, where you will find the cemetery, found walking, small plates of bronze, the measure of a paving stone, in memory of the murdered Jews, and they are placed opposite the houses that dwelt (here lived... born in... deported... killed...), as in the rest of Berlin, but with overwhelming majority here, of course. This neighborhood today in day is very cute, with their famous courtyards, plazas, restaurants... but at the time it was considered one of the poorest in Berlin, as it was working class and immigrants from Eastern Europe. From there came, fleeing, most of the Jewish families, at the end of the 19th Century, of the anti-Semites in their country of origin... that irony of fate!. The area is dotted with of small memorials, that dan has of the terror that lived between 1938 and 1945. One of those monuments is located to the entrance of the old cemetery Jewish of Berlin. It impressed me greatly. It is small but great. The image of this monument was the only information that I had of this place, and found it was only... The work is called "Victims beans of the fascism", Will Lammert, and is right at the entrance of this desolate cemetery. This cemetery occupies the second place of burial more ancient of Berlin. They say that several gravestones were destroyed by the Gestapo shortly after the war started. We have seen outside, we could not enter because it was already closed.
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  • Give stars to such a place seems indecent... I do it to encourage travelers to come in the old Jewish cemetery of the ten ninth century and the beginning of the twentieth. A deep melancholy and infinitely sad emerge from this place of great beauty invaded by Ivy and the vegetation, all these graves often overturned, broken, vandalized by the Nazis who were looting, were flying even objects that can have value are witnesses to a terrible time. Under the large trees that Dim light, somewhat strange atmosphere is conducive to silence and meditation. We can gather on the grave of the great Max Liebermann, at the bottom of the cemetery to the left of the center aisle, or on that of Meyerbeer and strangers who also deserve our attention... Irony of history, the last squares SS attempted vainly to this place to resist the arrival of the Russes.On imagine a Nazi protecting themselves from Russian fire and saving his skin protected by the tomb of a Jew who, for him, could only be a Untermensch under man... What a tragic lesson. More great speeches such a place makes us think. Young people should come
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  • Inside this holy land there is a lapidarium very interesting, in fact that sacred place-Museum keeps perfectly forged inscriptions since 1800, practically carved with writing templates used in that time. Outside the Woods took off on the tombstones, while the Ivy plays smoothly everything it finds. Awesome experience, important discoveries can be made in this magical and sacred. Recommended a visit. All totally free but I know can leave an offer.
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  • This is the second oldest Jewish Cemetery in Berlin. It is I'm my view very interesting. The Graves of people sich as Max Libermann, James Dimon, Gershon von Bleichröder, Solomon Haberland and Giacomo Meyerbeer can be seen here amongst many others.
  • nice place for pics
  • A cemetery is always special, it represents a culture. It is very dense, and it gives the impression of being "overcrowded". surprising is the apartment with terrace building-side cemetery. BBQ sits on one of them...
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  • Very quiet and deserted. I was in the whole cemetery the only person (at least the only living). This is so the most cemeteries. However, there is no one who can maintain the tombstones of the members here - makes everything from vines and forest plants littered - here but it's still very nice.
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  • You must also remember the dead Jews.
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