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Neue Wache

Denitsa Papazova
Berlin, am 17. April 2016

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My friend Neli and me walked around Berlin looking forward discovering the hidden corners of this charmy city. Our visit at Gendarmenmarkt was combined with a stopover to the nearby Neue Wache. I visited Berlin 3 years ago and since then I never forget this small but special building.


The Neue Wache really touched me and stayed with me all these years because of the deep meaning that represents. The sculpture which rains in the middle of the empty building is called Pietà „Mother and her Dead Son“. It’s admiring and thrilling to see this woman holding her treasure in her helpless hands. You can feel the deep pain, the grief and even the tears of this mother. How? Just above her there is a hole in the ceiling of the building, which allows the rain to fell on the sculpture and make the impression of a crying woman. The famous Berlin artist Käthe Kollwitz touched many hearts with this masterpiece.


The Neue Wache is the Central Memorial of the Federal Republic of Germany for the Victims of War and Dictatorship. Really moving venue which will make you remember each one of the victims and their families.



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