What now appears to be a pleasant par is actually the site of the second oldest Jewish cemetery in the city of Berlin (the oldest is in Spandau). Destroyed by Nazis during World War II, the cemetery was reopened in 2008. Around 12,000 Jewish citizens were buried in this cemetery including Moses Mendelssohn, a father of the Jewish enlightenment. His tombstone is the only tombstone in the park; while it is not the original stone, it stands for Mendelssohn and all those buried at the Old Jewish Cemetery.
Open in Google Maps: Jüdischer Friedhof Berlin-Mitte, Große Hamburger Straße 26-27, 10115 Berlin, Germany
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