This week we'll take a trip through Europe's second largest Jewish cemetery - Weißensee. Unlike other Jewish cemeteries in Europe, this one was not destroyed during WWII. Rather, it was left to ruin during the divided days as it lies in the former East Berlin.
Many of the graves are barely standing anymore, but this beautiful, brick building still stands in the center of the cemetery. It houses a small synagogue for funeral services. I hope you'll come back tomorrow for a look around.