Berlin | Day 2 – Sachsenhausen, Holocaust Memorial and Philharmoniker

 

Warning: This post is very blunt to begin with, at first I wasn’t going to include the pictures I took at Sachsenhausen, however I think it was quite a significant part of the trip. 

 

Bülowstraße

Oranienburg

 

 

 

 

 

It starts to get more horrifying from here.. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Trabi Safari!

Russian Embassy

 

Holocaust Memorial

Holocaust Memorial

 

 

 

Berliner Philharmoniker

 

 Berliner Philharmoniker

Street view.

 

This was partially a serious day, although I’m glad I went to the concentration camp. It sounds really weird to say this but it really does change you and how you look at things. After we went there we had a walk round Berlin, went to another Italian, and then visited  the Holocaust Memorial. At night we went to a concert at the Philharmoniker, which wasn’t my cup of tea if I’m honest – it was classical – but it was an experience! 
 
Click here for what I took to Berlin
Click here for Day 1 of Berlin
 
More instalments coming soon!
 

One thought on “Berlin | Day 2 – Sachsenhausen, Holocaust Memorial and Philharmoniker

  1. Amazing photos,

    Slogan “Arbeit macht frei” I know very good from Auschwitz-Birkenau in Oświęcim.

    You should organize an exhibition.

    Greetings from Poland,

    Caayenne.

    Like

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