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The Friedrich Christian Flick Collection is a modern art collection founded by Friedrich Christian Flickan art collector and heir to the fortune of the illustrious Flick industrial family. The collection encompasses around 2, works by artists. From toparts of the collection were on display in Berlinin the Hamburger Bahnhof museum, as part of a cooperation between Flick, the Prussian Cultural Heritage Foundation and the Berlin State Museums.
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The denk. The memorial commemorates the more than 8, Jews, Sinti and Roma who were deported from here between and and sent to ghettos and concentration camps in Central and Eastern Europe.
The employees of various Nazi state authorities and organisations ensured that these deportations ran smoothly. The 20 transports that left from the station were destined for Belzec, Lodz, Minsk, Riga, Auschwitz und Theresienstadt. Only a few hundred of the deportees survived the inhumane conditions.
Site of remembrance and learning The core elements of the memorial are the historical railway tracks and platform 2 of the former railway station, both of which have been listed as protected historical monuments since A memorial table and 20 panels with the names of the deportees commemorate the victims of the crimes. Associations of former victims, working with the city of Hamburg and HafenCity Hamburg GmbH, were heavily involved in the creation of the memorial.
It is thanks to them that the name panels were included as a locus of remembrance at the site. Ina new errected documentation centre will open near Lohseplatz, the former forecourt of the railway station. The exhibition there will explain the fate of the deportees in the context of the history of Nazi persecution.
It will showcase the routes taken by the persecuted people and the destinations of the transports, and it will also address the scope of action available to the majority society and the deeds committed by those involved in the crimes. A pavilion at the denk. The memorial site is connected to Lohseplatz by the Fugea swathe that cuts deeply through the four-hectare Lohsepark.
Guiding tours: Between April to October at last wednesday every month at 6pm. Meeting point: Info-Pavillon.
Guiding tours for groups are bookable at Museumsdienst Hamburg, Phone: 0. Memorial site and Info-Pavillion are barrier-free. Information pavilion at the denk.
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Tracks at denk. Memorial plaques with the names of the deportees at denk. View to the 'Fuge' from the memorial plaques at denk. In the exhibition pavilion.
Memorial plaque on the former fruit shed. To activate the embedded map, please click on the button. By activating, data will be transmitted to the respective provider.
: Exhibition. Topics: Groups of victims.