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Permanent exhibition on the National Socialist genocide against the Sinti and Roma at the Documentation and Cultural Centre for German Sinti and Roma in Heidelberg: The documentation, which is displayed on three levels and covers a total area of...more
A really engaging exhibition about the holocaust of Sinti and Roma. It is told through displays of photographs and documents, there are also personal stories. The display information is in German, but there are excellent audio guides if you speak another language. I went through...More
Stumbled upon this while walking around the city. The museum is located off the road. Free admission and the audio guide was free as well. The exhibition slides are all in German, you can still view the museum using the audio guide. The staff here...More
Not many people seem to know about this museum, dedicated to the memory of the 500,000 Sinti and Rona people genocidally murdered in WW2. That's a shame because it is beatifully laid out, calmly factual and understated but really powerful, and stands comparison with the...More
This exhibition is meticulous and deeply moving. The curators have very successfully presented the Sinti people as individuals, families and communities, effectively overcoming the problem of the dominance of the persecutors' perspective ('hapless victims') which is inherent in the use of the Nazi documentation. We...More
This is a small, private museum (no fee to see it) started by a family who had interest in the Nazi persecution of the Sinti Roma gypsies. It is a mini-story of the Holocaust, and very well done. Hidden on side street below the castle....More