The route leads from the Church Sühne-Christi via the Cath. memorial church Maria Regina Martyrum and the Ev. memorial church Plötzensee to the memorial site Plötzensee. All places will be visited and explained.
On the way, pastor Michael Maillard will give explanations about the background and the names of streets and schools named after people of the resistance.
In the former execution shed of the Plötzensee prison (today: Plötzensee Memorial), almost 3,000 people sentenced to death were executed during the Nazi era, including many people of the resistance against Hitler.
They are commemorated by the nearby churches in Charlottenburg-Nord. Streets, schools and squares in the region are named after resistance fighters.
Every first Saturday of the month
- Duration: 3 - 3,5 hours,Guided tour in GermanStart: 10:00 a.m. in front of the Evangelische Sühne-Christi-Kirche, Toeplerstr. 1, 13627 Berlin Underground station Halemweg (U 7)Tour end: Plötzensee Memorial, Hüttigpfad. Connection to the S-Bahn station Beusselstraße (S-Bahn-Ring) or the subway station Halemweg (U 7) by bus line 123.
- Participation fee: 10 euros; reduced 5 euros. (Please have money ready).
- (The reduced fee also applies to residents of Charlottenburg-Nord and members of local church congregations).
- Registration required no later than 12 noon the day before by calling 030-381 34 78 (church office)or firstname.lastname@example.org.Required information: First and last name, address, telephone number or e-mail address*.
- Maximum number of participants: 12 persons
- For further information, please contact: Rev. Michael Maillard, tel. 030-381 34 78 (parish office), email@example.com.
Please note the current Corona rules.