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A Reminder of WWII

Originally built in 1816 as a guardhouse for the troops of the Crown Prince of Prussia, The Neue Wache has been through various incarnations of use in its day and is now a national war memorial for the victims of war and tyranny. Directly under the oculus of the building is a sculpture - Mother with her Dead Son – by Käthe Kollwitz, that is exposed to the rain, snow and cold of the Berlin climate, symbolizing the suffering of civilians during World War II.

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