In Your Pocket travel writer Andrew Quested explores the Holocaust Memorial in Berlin. This bluntly named memorial avoids any vagueness surrounding the term Holocaust. Six million Jews are estimated to have been killed by the Nazis during the Holocaust and this site serves as Germany’s national memorial to those victims. The design by American architect Peter Eisenmann consists of 2,700 concrete pillars of varying height, creating an undulating landscape that fills two city blocks. The memorial has an undergound information centre. More info here: