Holocaust Memorial Berlin : Memorial to the Murdered Jews in Europe

Memorial to the Murdered Jews in Europe is actually a Holocaust Memorial in Berlin. The 2711 (two thousand seven hundred and eleven) grey concrete slabs which resembles coffins are a stark reminder of the pain and suffering that the Jews gone through during the world war period.

Memorial to the Murdered Jews in Europe : A Holocaust Memorial in Berlin
Memorial to the Murdered Jews in Europe : A Holocaust Memorial in Berlin

The memorial is a short walk south of Brandenburg Gate in Berlin, along Behren and Eber Strasse (Street). It is a solemn sight looking at the memorial. It creates a backdrop before visitors enter into the information centre.

Opening Hours of the Information Centre of Memorial to the Murdered Jews in Europe
Opening Hours of the Information Centre of Memorial to the Murdered Jews in Europe

The opening hours of the information centre is 10am to 7 or 8pm (depending on the time of the year). Inside, accounts of the victims will be depicted and you will get to understand the pain and sufferings of the Jews during this dark period. The memorial also recalled our visit to Anne Frank House in Amsterdam, which depicts the time when Anne Frank and her family were similarly persecuted during World War 2.

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Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe in Berlin
Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe in Berlin

Ticket Prices & Opening Hours of Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe

Admission is free. However, they will be a need to queue and also carry out a quick check of your belongings before entering.

The memorial is open daily from 10am to 7 or 8pm depending on the time of the year.

How to get to Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe in Berlin

It is relatively easy to get to the memorial. Once you are at Brandenburg gate, look for Eber Strasse (Eber Street) and walk along it. It is located at the corner of Eber and Behren Strasse.

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A word of advice, do not walk on the top of the concrete slabs. They vary in height and some may be a few metres in height. Do take care of this especially for young children. Falling from this great height may be catastrophic.

Enjoy this solemn but richly educational visit to the Memorial to the Murdered Jews in Europe, right here in Berlin!

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