I visited the memorial on a dark, snowy evening in December, and was stunned by it. Unlike the vast, open Memorial to the Murdered Jews across the road, I found this to be an understated, quiet and reflective place.
If you can go when it's not busy, there's a real power here. I found the structure and the video installation to be a very appropriate way of remembering the awful event.
For free, and in a popular area of Berlin, there's nothing to fault about this place.
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