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My Wife and I decided to visit this new memorial to the victims of The Shoah (Holocaust) that devastated the lives of so many. We found it to be a very moving place, a sheltered piece of thought provoking memorial architecture/sculpture amidst the bustle of...More
I don't think I would recommend going out of your way to visit here, but the reflecting pool was beautiful and a nice tribute to the synagogue that once stood there. The square is also nice for people watching. There were a number of groups...More
A recently renovated and very large square with a fountain and great view over the surrounding buildings.
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Located outside KG II, this shallow pool is located where the 1860s Synagogue was before it was burned during Kristallnacht in 1938, what the Germans now call the Novemberpogrom. It must have been constructed recently, for I don’t recall seeing it during a visit to...More
The square where the old Synagogue was has been rebuilt. What had been an open field of grass where students could lie and think has been paved over and a shallow reflecting pool in the outline of the Old synagogue, which was burned, has been...More