I wasn't sure what a German Memorial to the Holocaust would be like, particularly after having already visited Concentration Camps in Poland to learn about the depravity of the Nazi regime.
The Memorial is a haunting representation of this genocide while the museum and information centre provides a personal insight into how it ripped families apart. The exhibits of secret writings, of the family trees before and after the war and the room were you hear the stories of ordinary Jews hit you right at your core. A vital and important reminder of a dark chapter in the world's history.
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