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... these people before and during the war. Behind the glass wall is a garden with a pond in the middle. The water is black. I don't know what they do to it to make it so. In the middle of the pond is s triangular stone with a flower on it. Google tells me the flower is replaced everyday. After these little adventure I went out for dinner. Whilst enjoying my variation of chicken parma, there was some kind of protest going on. I have ...
... walk down Karl Marx Allee. A massive boulevard of optimistic communist urban planning. It feels like Russia , the monumental apartment buildings and very stylized restaurant spaces and fountains. It is pretty and tree lined and spacious, but somehow knowing what it was built for makes it feel oppressive and intimidating. Glad I went, but maybe big cities are not for me. I think I like the pretzel eating dirndle wearing south better. So off to ...
... memorial. This is actually quite special and it is hard to describe without actually going into it. When you approach it is looks like it is two dimensional concrete slabs all in rows. However once you go into it you realize they are not just two feet high, but some are 12 feet high. The ground is uneven and as you keep switching rows of the blocks the pillars vary in height. Its like a maze within all of these pillars even though the columns are exactly in a ...
... The Gestapo (secret police) manned a walled section containing high profile prisoners tortured on a daily basis. A medical section for the ill was really a chance to experiment different drugs and operations. Lastly there was a section where men were excited by being shot or put into a gas chamber. We were given a detailed history about the beginning, rise and fall of the camp. The story of how long it took for all the persecuted groups to be acknowledged was ...
... see. It's a lot if cement blocks all different shapes and sizes and over 2000 of them. The artist was an American Jew who wouldn't give away many hints of how you were supposed to feel walking through the the cemetery. Some ideas of what the things represent are they look like tomb stones, that when you walk through the cement blocks start small and get bigger and bigger and back to small to represent the rising and the falling of the whole holocaust itself. There are also ...