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ge958 wrote a review Jun 2019
The Cemetery is well maintained, it is quite, a lot of trees and plants. The place is so clean and so calm and really reflect a place where one will rest in peace.
Date of experience: May 2019
AS_OCT19 wrote a review Nov 2018
New York City, New York86 contributions9 helpful votes
Max Weber’s books inspired me a lot, so I had to visit. Beautiful and peaceful place. 15-20 minutes walk from the Heidelberg Hbf or 7 minutes train ride (2.50 euro one way). Look for 52 for his grave. Note the hours. Sat and Sun closed, Fri close early. Plan accordingly.
Date of experience: November 2018
Alexandre M wrote a review Sep 2018
Porto Alegre, RS188 contributions78 helpful votes
Good place for a nice and quiet walk - not a tourist place, except if your are a fan of Max Weber (in this case, you can pay tribute to his headstone).
Date of experience: August 2018
Margymarge wrote a review Aug 2016
Germany55 contributions14 helpful votes
Walk through the German and European history and private familiar places. Don't miss the jewish part. It wasn't easy for former administrative employees to keep it through the German horrable times 1936-46. They do have my respect!
Date of experience: August 2016
Alan C wrote a review Jun 2016
Aberdeen59 contributions32 helpful votes
Albert Speer ( Hitlers architect and armaments minister) is buried here as is the inventor of the Bunsen burner .best get whereabouts info before you visit as it is not detailed ( unsurprisingly)
Date of experience: July 2015