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Another site not far from the Brandenburg Gate is the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe, completed in 2005. Full review →
Thousands of coffin-like pillars make up this controversial holocaust memorial. Full review →
The American architect deliberately placed many of the dark gray slabs, with their knife--sharp edges, off--kilter, evoking tombstones in an unkempt graveyard. Full review →
Stark concrete blocks arranged in a grid pattern across an entire city block commemorate the Jews killed by the Nazis. Full review →
The football-field-sized Memorial to the Murdered European Jews... by American architect Peter Eisenman consists of 2711 sarcophagi-like concrete columns. Full review →You're free to access this maze at any point and make your individual journey through it.
For this memorial dedicated to Europe's Jewish victims, the American Peter Eisenman designed a field of 2 711 steles of differing sizes standing on undulating ground. Full review →
Peter Eisenman’s hugely controversial 2,700 concrete slabs (stelae) are arranged in a neat grid spread across 200,000 square feet of prime Berlin real estate near the Brandenburger Tor. Full review →
New York architect Peter Eisenman's haunting field of concrete pillars. Full review →
2017 Experts’ Choice winners for the best things to see and do in the German capital. Read more →