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Visited this museum around 15 years ago when it was named “Memorial to the Victims of the Third Reich” (loosely translated). Was pleasantly surprised to see that the exhibits were expanded to include audio headphones in English. I spent around 1.5 hours immersed in the...More
Yes it is horrible. We all know the history. But a little bit more does help. You can trace the mood of this country in this museum. The horrors that arose from this period in time. Well worth a visit.
This memorial can be found in front of an office building to the right of the main station before you get to the main road. It is located at the Bus Terminal end of the station. It is a headstone dedicated to the memory of...More