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Address: Strasse der Nationen, 16798 Furstenberg, Brandenburg, Germany
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+49 33093 6080
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Tue - Sun 09:00 - 17:00

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An emotional visit

Having read Sarah Helm's incredible book about Ravensbruck we were determined to visit this memorial while we were staying in nearby Berlin. We are really pleased that we made the... read more

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Karly L
Malmsbury, Australia
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Malmsbury, Australia
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Having read Sarah Helm's incredible book about Ravensbruck we were determined to visit this memorial while we were staying in nearby Berlin. We are really pleased that we made the time to go because the experience that we had at Ravensbruck was the experience that we had hoped to have at the three other (very busy) camps that we visited... More 

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Lyttelton, New Zealand
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Reviewed 28 November 2016

Having been somewhat overshadowed by some of better-known camps such as Auschwitz, I think Ravensbrück is definitely a 'must' to visit, most especially because women's narratives in war are so often lost or ignored. When I read Sarah Helm's 2015 book "Ravensbrück: Life and Death in Hitler’s Concentration Camp for Women", I was determined to include Ravensbrück in my first... More 

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Reviewed 14 November 2016

Ravensbruck tends to be less well-known than other concentration camps, yet it is a mere 50 miles or so north of Berlin, about an hour by train. This was the camp, and often final destination for women, and whilst a professional guide might be useful in some respects, I suggest that viewing the site alone has its advantages.. An audio... More 

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Rena, Norway
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 43 helpful votes
Reviewed 11 September 2016

Visited with a school class. It is difficult to comprehend how people can be so cruel. The guide explained that the exhibition was brand new. There are many good posters in both english and german. Worth visiting.

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Farmington, Connecticut
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Reviewed 30 January 2016 via mobile

There is no describing the horror of this place which remains mostly intact because it was used as a soviet military base for many years after the war. Drawings and comments by women who were interned here cannot easily be erased from one's memory

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washington state
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 107 helpful votes
Reviewed 12 November 2015

I am reading an excellent 800+ page book by Sarah Helm now after visiting this sobering historic site. Fewer people know of it but it is worthwhile to find it and learn who was held in this labor camp where Seimen's had a factory. There are memorials to various prisoners and the setting is quite amazing and hidden from view.... More 

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Colchester, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 1 September 2015

Found this place as we cycled Berlin-Copenhagen, well worth an hour or two to see this memorial (you can cycle around the grounds) which is extremely well done. Chilling to think what happened here.

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Dollar, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 22 February 2015 via mobile

I visited Ravensbruck women's concentration camp on a very cold and snowy day, which brought home to me some of the conditions the inmates must have suffered. Like previous comments, not much is left of the original camp. However, the exhibition and in particular the cell block have been presented in a tasteful manner. One can just imagine the horrors... More 

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Malmo, Sweden
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Reviewed 22 October 2014 via mobile

I have to say that I have been to most of the historic places in and around Berlin (15+ visits). Ravensbrück is a very important and highly interesting site. I sincerely recommend a guid if you haven't been in any other third reich sites in Berlin. But if have experience from Berlin's many Second World War sites, I do recommend... More 

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Celbridge, Ireland
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Reviewed 24 April 2014

We got a one hour fifteen minute regional train RE 5 from Berlin train station to Furstenberg /Havel .The fair cost us €31 return.When we got off at Furstenberg.a small train Station we could not see anybody inside or outside this station and It looked unmanned. there were no information Bus or Taxi here so we decided to walk into... More 

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