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Jüdischer Friedhof Schönhauser Allee, Berlin

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  • The cemetry lies in a beautiful forest but it is sad to see how the graves have been desecrated. Still, it is an important place to go when interested in Berlin's history and all that has happened.  more »
  • Me and my girlfriend found this place by accident, while walking the streets of Prenzlauer Berg, trying to find a Synagoge close by. We got there after opening hours, and had to come back another day....  more »
  • If you are visiting Berlin...this is on the obligatory must visit list. A peaceful place with atmosphere.  more »
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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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