Into Germany it comes at least annually to a "day of the open monument"; also of course in the Hanseatic city Luebeck.
On this day can each historical buildings and places visit, which are locked for the public otherwise. Topic of the daily in this year: War and peace.
Beside shelters, medieval weir systems and many other places to the topic, also the historical Luebecker synagogue was open for public.
The Jewish municipality Luebeck is today very small - before the Nazi rule it was large.
Only a Luebecker municipality member of this time survived the Holocaust.
Second scene: The mansion in the Eschenburgstrasse: Here met under conpirative circumstances of the Chef of the Nazi-SS Heinrich Himmler, and the president of the Swedish Red Cross, Count Bernadotte.
Himmlers last "coup" existed here 1945 in the attempt to make secret peace negotiations possible with Churchill and if possible "favorably" from the "affair" to pull be able themselves.