Memorial to the Sinti and Roma of Europe Murdered under the National Socialist Regime

Picture: Memorial to the Sinti and Roma of Europe Murdered under the National Socialist Regime, 24 October 2012, Photo: Marko Priske

In 1992, the German government decided to erect a national memorial to the murdered European Sinti and Roma who were persecuted as »Gypsies«.

The Memorial by artist Dani Karavan consists of a well with a retractable stone on which a fresh flower is placed daily. Panels present information on the persecution and mass murder of this minority under the National Socialist regime of terror.

Opening Times: The Memorial is accessible 24 hours a day.

+++Information:
Due to the 28. Tag der Deutschen Einheit the entrance to the Memorial to the Sinti and Roma of Europe Murdered under the National Socialist Regime is accompanied by restrictions from September, 27th to October, 3th. We appreciate your understanding and apologize for any inconvenience. +++ 

The Memorial to the Sinti and Roma murdered under the National Socialist Regime is largely accessible.

Location: Simsonweg/Scheidemannstraße – between Brandenburg Gate and the Reichstag Building, 10557 Berlin.

Ort der Erinnerung 1933 – 1945, Gedenkstätten, Dokumentationszentren und Museen zur Geschichte der nationalsozialistischen Diktatur in Berlin und Brandenburg