Amazing Monuments of Germany, you must visit
Germany is one of Europe’s largest countries; it encompasses a wide variety of
landscapes: the tall, sheer mountains of the south; the sandy, rolling plains of
the north; the forested hills of the urbanized west; and the plains of the
agricultural east. Every centre pieces of Germany’s thriving tourist economy,
which brings millions of visitors to the visit in this country each year, drawn
by its natural beauty, history, culture, and cuisine.
You can enjoy here mountain hiking, trekking, and other sporting activities, or
just relax in the sandy beaches of the coast and lakeshores. We will provide
you information about the best Historical monuments of Germany where you
must have to visit once, if you were planning to move in Germany for you
vacations or normally visit. This country is the best place for the history lover
kind of person, Here you find lot of information about the Nazis , Jews and
History of Germany.
List of Amazing Historical Monuments in Germany:
1. Luther Monument
This monument dedicated to the reformer Martin Luther. The monument
created by the sculpturer Adolf von Donndorf in the 19th Century and cast in
the famous Dresden foundry Bierling.
This monument consists of a group of bronze statues on stone plinths centred
on a statue of Luther, surrounded by statues of related individuals and
allegorical statues representing related towns.
2. Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe
Thousands of coffin-like pillars make up this controversial holocaust memorial.
Completed on December 15, 2004, the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of
Europe was built in remembrance of the six million Jews killed during the
Holocaust. The memorial commemorates the six million Jews killed by the
Nazis; you can read about monuments in Hungary. It includes an underground
information center that documents the fate of individuals and families.
3. Karl Marx Monument
Karl Marx Monument is a historical monument in Germany. In 1953, East
Germany renamed Karl Marx City. In 1971, 250,000 people watched as a more
than seven-meter-tall stylized bronze Marx bust was erected in the center of
the city. The inscription on the wall behind the bust reads, Workers of the
World, Unite in four languages.
4. Buchenwald Memorial
Buchenwald concentration camp was built in July 1937 near Weimar, in
central Germany. More than 56,000 died there as the result of torture, medical
experiments and consumption.
With different exhibitions, an archive and a library, the Buchenwald Memorial
is the largest German concentration camp memorial. It also invites visitors to
reflect on the extent of the crimes committed.