One of the hidden gems of Berlin is Jüdischer Friedhof on Schönhauser Allee, in the Prenzlauer Berg district. It was one of the most memorable things I saw in that city, and definitely one of the most beautiful and breathtaking places I've ever had the opportunity to experience. Remembering the pages of history it is also a sad thing to see, but I'm glad this place didn't disappear during the horrors of Crystal Night.
This grove is an old Jewish graveyard, sunken under waves and waves of ivy leaves, years and lost memories. In such places it's hard to capture the atmosphere on camera and this place definitely had a certain feeling of its own, wrapped around the stones and plants like a veil, keeping the ghosts safe from time's jaw. We walked around the area for about an hour before we had to leave, I wish we could have lingered there a while longer.