Invalidenpark mit Denkmal 'Sinkende Mauer'

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  • Anette

    Center of the square is the flat paved water basin with a rectangular floor plan. The water surface reflects the sky again, the wide pool edge invites you to sit and lie down. The "Sinking Wall" juts out of the water like a wall and reminds us that the Berlin Wall ran in direct proximity to the Invalidenpark. This 50-meter-long granite sculpture rises 7 meters above the water level at its highest point and contains a path that rises steadily to the south and flows into a lookout point. In the north, the path sinks like a dug into the earth and exposes part of the foundation of the former Gnadenkirche.
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    • March 9, 2017

  • Mike

    In 1997 created by Christophe Girot well plant in the restored Invalidenpark. The memorial commemorates both the Gnadenkirche, which was demolished in 1967, and the "disappearance" of the Berlin Wall.

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    • March 23, 2018

  • Bettina

    Impressive testimony of time, which reminds of the existence but also the disappearance of the wall.

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    • April 8, 2018

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Location: Berlin, Germany


  • Elevation40 m

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