I was sitting above one of the many grey blocks that are laying on the 'Field of Stelae', resting after exiting from the Museum. With images that I saw running again and again through my mind, and I felt a sudden chilled, not because of the breeze that were blown passed but the chilled from witnessing a mass murder as thou it really happened in front of my eyes. I knew what I was up to when I step into the museum, what I did not know was, the after effect would be such strong for me. I did not felt good at all when I walked out from the site, but I am glad that I walked in and came out with a little bit more knowledge on the history of mankind.
A great applaud on the many who had contributed to the birth of this museum, or such horrible past might gone into hiding and soon forgotten by many. It seems like Berlin does not try to hide this terrible event that occurred during the National Socialist Regime from 1933-1945. Berlin had lots of interesting museum for sure, however it is the unique architecture of this that attracted me the most. Walking around on the uneven grounds of 'Field of Stelae', gave me a strange feeling of insecurity for unable to see from far nor high up, the feeling of escape just kicked in without warning.
Situated close by to Brandenburg Gate, one can easily take the S-bahn to Brandenburg Gate and take a walk to the South where the Field of Stelae is situated. Opening from 10am to 8pm. More in formation @ www.holocaust-denkmal.de.