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EX GESTAPO HEADQUARTERS NOW TRANQUIL MEMORIAL SITE

Square des Victimes de la Gestapo is a quiet space which pays tribute to those who were victims of... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
KTGP
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Adelaide, Australia
A lovely tribute

Stumbled across this little garden by accident and was really pleased we did. A lovely tribute to... read more

Reviewed 3 June 2018
amyjohnson17
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Hornchurch, United Kingdom
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“EX GESTAPO HEADQUARTERS NOW TRANQUIL MEMORIAL SITE”
Jun 3, 2018
“A lovely tribute”
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18, rue Jeanne d_Arc, 51100, Reims, France
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Square des Victimes de la Gestapo is a quiet space which pays tribute to those who were victims of the Gestapo. The site originally had a building on it, which was the Gestapo Headquarters, this is where members of the French Resistance were interrogated, tortured,...More

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Reviewed 3 June 2018 via mobile

Stumbled across this little garden by accident and was really pleased we did. A lovely tribute to those who lost their lives and definitely worth a visit.

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Reviewed 9 September 2017

I happened on this pocket park because it was right around the corner from my hotel, the Hotel de la Paix. It's a shady garden with memorials and bouquets to individuals who lost their lives to the Germans. The first word I read was Ravensbruck,...More

2  Thank Redredrobin2017
Reviewed 7 August 2017

A poignant reminder of the horrible scars of war—within living memory even in this civilised first world nation. Sadly, this little garden sits forlornly behind the rue Jeanne d'Arc and seems to be rarely visited—and then, more by local youths than those tending to its...More

Thank LukeFortinbras
Reviewed 5 August 2017 via mobile

I will caveat this by noting that my mother, who was French, was a young teen during WWII in the occupied eastern suburbs of Paris. This memorial was very moving to me. Although the house no longer stands, the knowledge of what transpired there is...More

2  Thank Monelle H
Reviewed 5 July 2017

This place is hidden, and can be easily missed. It is small with a fountain and some places to sit. The memorial spoke of the horrors of the Gestapo, and it is a nice place to sit and pay respect to the innocent lives lost....More

Thank manavdoshi50
Reviewed 14 December 2016

A moment's pause to remember all those who have come before us and did not get the opportunity to live a full life. Tucked behind a simple wall, is a garden of remembrance. It only takes a moment to read some of the wall plaques...More

1  Thank Stylelust
Reviewed 27 September 2016

What should have been a thoughtful place of remembrance was full of teens smoking and laughing. Yes, go out of respect but not a lot to see apart from a few plaques.

1  Thank mitsilad
Reviewed 9 July 2016

Moving ..obviously .well kept many individual memorials inside the gardens . Only original window left after the house was demolished in 1986.

1  Thank G8773ALJanet
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