Memorial to the Sinti and Roma Victims of National Socialism, Berlin

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The Memorial to the Sinti and Roma Victims of National Socialism is a memorial in Berlin, Germany. The monument is dedicated to the memory of the 220,000 – 500,000 people murdered in the Porajmos – the Nazi genocide of the European Sinti and Roma peoples. It was designed by Dani Karavan and was officially opened on 24 October 2012 by German Chancellor Angela Merkel in the presence of President Joachim Gauck.
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  • So well designed. With sound. A location to let the emotions in. So good, that Berlin and the government is taking care, that this time if terror and horror will remember . 
    So well designed. With sound. A location to let the emotions in. So good, that Berlin and the government is taking care, that this time if terror and horror will remember .  more »
  • This memorial is little bit harder to find, as it's pretty small. It's by the right wing (southern) of the Reichstag, on a park's pathway left side leading diagonal to the Brandenburg gate. It's... 
    This memorial is little bit harder to find, as it's pretty small. It's by the right wing (southern) of the Reichstag, on a park's pathway left side leading diagonal to the Brandenburg gate. It's...  more »
  • A lot of stones and a lot of names to remind us of some of the very many people who were identified by Hitler as not being suitable for his grand plan. Another very sobering reminder of a dark past. 
    A lot of stones and a lot of names to remind us of some of the very many people who were identified by Hitler as not being suitable for his grand plan. Another very sobering reminder of a dark past.  more »
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  • Lieu poignant de par sa signification et les explications données. Le bassin entouré de pierres sur lesquelles tous les noms de camps de concentration sont notés est bouleversant. Il pousse à la réflexion. Je suis sortie chamboulée de cette visite..
  • Molto bello, offre numerosi spunti di riflessione.. Da vedere
  • Nos costó encontrarlo pero bonito lugar recorriendo todo el parque
  • Ein sehr denkwürdiger Ort
  • Schön

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