Memorial is well placed within the German capital city and moreover in the nature. Yet to me the plash there is a little bit weird? If you are visiting Brandenburg Gate or the Bundestag this Memorial it's just two minutes away.
Memorial to the Sinto & Roma of Europe.
It is in the vicinity of the Reichstag building, secluded from the bustle of the city.
The memorial is a simple pool of water with a small stone in the center.
The pool is surrounded by pebbles on which the names of the concentration camp site names are engraved.
A smaller monument very close to the Brandenburg Gate and just inside the park. This is a very simple monument and rather moving. Wiuld only take a quick 10 - 15 minute to see at most but very much worthwhile visiting.
This is a small but pig ant memorial to the Roma victims of the Holocaust. There are so many dedicated to Jews, this group is often overlooked. It's a small spot in Tiergarden, worth a walk over from the Brandenburg Gate or Reichstag.
A subtle and peaceful memorial which we stumbled across while walking through Tiergarten from the Reichstag towards the Brandenburg Gate. Lots of birds playing in the water too. Worth popping in if passing by, but not really worth travelling to especially.
Also worth nothing, we were approached by some teenage girls proclaiming to want our signatures for a petition to...