Located within the Großer Tiergarten, midway between Potsdamer Platz and the Brandenburger Tor, the memorial to the homosexuals persecuted under the National Socialist regime stands in a quiet spot within the park. Designed by Michael Elmgreen and Ingar Dragset - from Denmark and Norway respectively, the memorial was opened to the public in May 2008. The main feature of the memorial is a small window, through which a short film can be viewed. The current film, to be changed every two years, features two young men kissing and showing affection in a park. A large simple stone block acts as the structure, within which the window and video film are present. Similar in design to one of the 2,711 concrete stelae located across the street at the Berlin Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe - see thread below, it is a reflection not without reason.
Berlin - Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe
1) The memorial, located at Ebertstraße - opposite the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe
2) A still, taken from the current video, visible through the small window