We sought out this attraction as we saw it mentioned in another museum. Considering it marks such a significant event, we were exceedingly surprised that we couldn't see a single sign, pointing to the memorial.
What you are looking for is a flat piece of glass in the middle of the square, opposite the entrance to the university (the law dept if I recall correctly). If you peer down, you see a small room with all 4 walls lined with empty white bookshelves. Symbolising the burning of the books.
A very clever and thought provoking memorial, worth a visit if you are passing.
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