Situated near the Brandenburg Gate lies Denkmal für die ermordeten Juden Europas, a 25 million dollar memorial dedicated to the lost lives of Jewish people during WWII. There are no words. Nothing written. No sounds. Only you, and blocks of cement on a slope. I say it plainly because, to me, it is so facinating that the artists were able to bring life to cement blocks, to push the spectator to feel. While it does not compare, in my opinion, to the feeling I get when entering an old jewish camp, this piece of art comes creepily close. Never Forget.