On 27 January, 890 people in the Köpenick town hall took part in the creation of the memorial site at the Altglienicke cemetery.
We are still able to accept about 20 registrations, all other interested parties will be put on the waiting list.
The urns of more than 1,360 victims of national socialist violence were buried anonymously in a small area of the Friedhof Altglienicke. In order to restore the names to these victims, the Senate Department for the Environment, Transport and Climate Protection put out a call for a competition to redesign the site in late 2018. On the recommendation of the prize jury, the commission was awarded to the working collective struber_gruber together with outside < landschaftsarchitektur.
The core of the new design is a green, glass wall that will soon display these people’s names and birth and death dates in a special form: all of the information will be personally handwritten.
This special touch will be possible through the participation of a great number of people who are alive today. In this way, together with a great number of volunteers, a site for memory and learning arises, which also enables proper mourning for the bereaved.